Sell your house with Jim, and go on a world adventure!
The “van life” movement has been gaining momentum for years, but it seemed like 2017 really saw a variety of intriguing new vans (and van build-outs) to inspire would-be road-dwellers to get out there and live the life. The year also saw a few very compelling motorhome introductions for those looking to go bigger and farther – without losing much homestyle comfort. The best of the best include everything from big, angry all-landers to compact, versatile everyday commuters that weekend as rolling vacation homes.
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An important feature to some is “Do they float?”
Sorry, I just couldn’t resist.
Personally I will wait for an autonomous RV. Press the “Yellowstone” button and kick back to binge watch season 12 of “the Magicians” on SyFy channel. For those in the know, they are just starting season 3.
I recently discovered there is something called a Park Model RV, which is legally a trailer, but designed to be semi-permanently located:
These would be a possible way around restrictions on building granny units. Just buy one (or more!) of these, park on the extra space on your property, hook up utilities, and post the For Rent sign.
Note that there is also the tiny house movement which are essentially Park RVs as described. They are on wheels and typically 400 sq foot or so.
With the “drive themselves” technology available, if put to good use be the manufacturer’s, makes navigating those big boys accessible to anyone with a driver’s learner’s permit, particularly dealing with a 5th wheeler. Jim could hand the wheel to anyone in his family, and they could plop that thing exactly where they wanted with no screams, or begging for help.
I think those trailers Ross mentioned will be a favorite for folks up in Oregon, as they hightail it out of California, which is a different planet from when the world was young for boomers, and make the best of what they got.
Homeless skyscrapers! In prime downtown areas! With free WiFi!
We’ll incorporate the district! We’ll call it… “Hoboken”
You guys go ahead. (distributes ray-bans to face, miami vice style)
I’m riding this state into the sun…
Tiny houses are hipster millennial hubris. Virtue signaling.
“An important feature to some is “Do they float?””
Why, yes they do.