I became a RV owner in August 2015 and have been living in it around LA ever since. I'm learning to live with the challenges of boondocking and there are many things I love about it and some I don't. What I love the most is the freedom and the cost of living. I've searched for a long time for a place to rent in LA but everything is so expansive and demanding that I feel that I should rebel against that. So, I got a RV which I share with my 2 dogs. I just got (April 2016) a new RV. It is a Class A Ford La Mirada 30 ft. I'm pretty happy about it because everything works and I can be self sufficient while dry camping.
Now, what I don't like very much about living in a RV is the constant moving around (street cleaning or the 72 hr rule). Also having to dump the tank every 2 weeks or so and run out of water. Things that I've gotten used to.
Anyway, I'm enjoying this way of living and I'm planning a road trip around the country. I hope to meet you in this adventure.
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I painted the walls and the rear of my older RV which I sold in June/16. I also applied vinyl flooring in most of that RV and replaced the cushion covers (I handmade them).
I love (and make) arts and crafts.
I also have cameras and I can give some photography/video tips. I speak languages and I've travelled to many places so I can give you some info about that too.
My Friend Wesley is an electrician and a handyman.
Beaches in South Bay Los Angeles County....so far...
I have a class A Ford Mirada 30 ft 2002. Love it!