Wednesday 14 December 2022

I Looked At A New Motorhome

At least online . . . I was tempted . . . there were a few but this one seemed the most plausible. 

The main draw for it was that it was a way to drop out of the system. With RV’s, you don’t pay rent, you don’t pay property taxes, you are free to roam. 

The only utilities you pay are fuel and . . . propane (for heating/cooking) and then the prices for dumping your tanks. 

The freedom aspect was a nice thought for me, and I got to thinking that if I did stick it out in an RV for the rest of my life that I could live a decent life with little income.

That was the draw, the freedom and dropping out of the system was and still is the greatest draw of a Motorhome.

Yet I did not go to look at it and won’t, or wouldn’t until spring . . . but I most likely I won’t.

This is because the price that I would want to pay, in order to get a nice/decent one would be the price of a Dreaded Condo. 

At least with a Dreaded Condo I would have a place to belong and an asset that . . . goes sideways in value?

I also looked at my budget and saw that being debt free again is really not that far off, 4 paydays away.

So, I will get through this winter, get debt free again, then decided what to do after that. 

If I buy another RV, it will be because of a decision to stay in some form of an RV for the rest of my life. 

As I have said before, my life is in flux and I really don’t know what I am going to do.

All I really need to know is what I need to do in the Short-Term. What do I need to do today, this week, this payday. 

I can and will figure out the rest as I keep going.

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