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ghooos ~~ WHA????





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How did you even wind up on an RV forum ? [emoticon]


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egh33 wrote:

Well folks it sure has been great reading the posts on here plus staying at the RV parks and chatting with some really nice people.
But I turn 86 next month and the ole eyesight is fading, I'm just not a quick with my actions driving any more. Plus it's getting very hard getting up the steps into the MH.
We just thought it's time to get rid of the MH and quit traveling. We gave our son the MH and the MH carport is very empty.
I really miss jumping in it and heading out to just where ever we wanted too go.
Y'all drive carefully and keep safe and remember it's not where you are going, it's enjoying the trip getting there.
Your story is an inspiration. I would be very pleased to be able to spend a full 20 years of retirement getting around in an RV. Maybe not full time but I think you have done well. Cheers [emoticon]
I am still a few years from retirement... still much to look forward to.


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egh33,
Congratulations on knowing when to quit. My Dad had a 42 foot boat and we finally convinced him to sell it when he was around your age. He got lax with maintenance and was not courteous to others on the water like he had been all his life. This month I am going to celebrate his 95th birthday.

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What about getting a seasonal sight at a local campground? It's "sort of" camping. [emoticon]


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Posted: 10/02/19 02:21pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

egh33,
I feel your pain! I am 82 and we decided that last year was our final year to travel via RV so we parked our trailer permanently in our sons family campground located in the forest in the upper part of Michigan's lower peninsula.
At least we are still able to use it for a "summer place" instead of a travelling home but it is not the same. I miss very much the idea of visiting unknown places and campgrounds in our trailer. It has been a tough year but I am hoping the feeling gets better as time goes by. At least we still get to spend quality time in our trailer.

Had a bit of consolation though. Didn't need the beautiful Ram 2500 with the Cummins that we had purchased a couple of years before so traded it for a 2019 Ram 1500 Limited with a 5.9L Hemi engine. This truck has air ride suspension all around and is like a rolling palace! Thank goodness I am still alert to drive and can still get around ok to enjoy it.

I hope your future is enjoyable and that you find some way to make up for the loss of your RVing activity.
Barney

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Thanks!

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BarneyS wrote:

egh33,
I feel your pain! I am 82 and we decided that last year was our final year to travel via RV so we parked our trailer permanently in our sons family campground located in the forest in the upper part of Michigan's lower peninsula.
At least we are still able to use it for a "summer place" instead of a travelling home but it is not the same. I miss very much the idea of visiting unknown places and campgrounds in our trailer. It has been a tough year but I am hoping the feeling gets better as time goes by. At least we still get to spend quality time in our trailer.

Had a bit of consolation though. Didn't need the beautiful Ram 2500 with the Cummins that we had purchased a couple of years before so traded it for a 2019 Ram 1500 Limited with a 5.9L Hemi engine. This truck has air ride suspension all around and is like a rolling palace! Thank goodness I am still alert to drive and can still get around ok to enjoy it.

I hope your future is enjoyable and that you find some way to make up for the loss of your RVing activity.
Barney

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Looks like a beautiful spot. I would recommend something similar for the OP.

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RV over 40 years, DW of 55 years, took dose of big C, passed to the big campground in the sky.
Tried RVing alone for year and six months. did not work, got rid of the HH and four door duly King Ranch.


Enjoy the time left.............

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