I've already been do'n this for the past 6 months.
And the last two weeks of that I was hitch hike'n
back home. Well what's left of home anyway. But
I'm ready to head out again so if ya see me? Stop and
give me ride. We have much in common from what
you've described. I just keep my sense of humor in
the mix constantly or I'd lose it.
Absolutely my dream as well. I'm going to start in Florida because that is where I am connected and am comfortable there.
My journey begins in less than three years.
When I lived and worked in Florida there were a lot of folks who did this and if a person plans and coordinates and 'learn the ropes' so to speak,
some can work and travel fairly well.
Here's a link that may interest you if you are in the states and are seriously considering this lifestyle. Workkamper
I'm sorry for your woes. A person has to hope that all the bull# they go through and survive creates a benefit for them via understand of the world
and its processes. I think it was that way for me.
I went nomad for two years, although that was in a '63 Mercury Comet, not a motorhome. Looking back -- and I truly hope it's the same for you -- I'm
glad I did what I did, because that whole time was insightful, and helped shape the person I'm now comfortable being.
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