Most of my life had been spent on the shorline in Connecticut. I moved to New Hampshire in the early '90s and thoroughly enjoyed it there. The views of the White Mountains are incredible and seemed to be different every day. I owned a motel for a short period of time, then worked at a lovely inn in the mountains for a few years. The picture above is a view from the home I had in New Hampshire.
I had never given any thought of traveling full-time. A friend and I started discussing it and many, many conversations later I was ready to make my move. I researched full time RV living online and searched for a motor home that would be the best fit for me.
I had no idea where I was going to go or how long I would stay on the road. It seemed like the best thing for me to do was just take off and see where the roads took me. I had signed onto a 'workamping' website and hoped to get jobs along the way.
"One can't forever stand on the shore. At some point... you either jump in
or concede that life is forever elsewhere." - Arthur Miller
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