I’ve mentioned a couple of times that I follow some RV folks on Utube, their lifestyles and travels are very interesting. They have problems at times of course but always seem to work through them.
Eric kept having problems with his old RV breaking down and was often pretty broke and trying to come up with the funds to get it fixed but slowly started making more money on Utube so got a newer one about a year ago. RV’s can be a pain in the ass, rolling homes that are falling apart and hard to work on, and expensive to have fixed.
And that damn thing is always breaking, everything from the brakes to the automatic transmission, that had to be rebuilt last winter in Florida. The brakes finely got fixed right this summer in Montana. Since then it has started running like crap, he had the cats replaced and he is now in Florida where he has a good friend that goes by RV Prepper Wayne that in my humble fucking opinion is a damn good mechanic. I’m impressed with his work.
He took the top of the engine apart and replaced a bunch of stuff, gaskets, fuel injectors, fuel pressure regulator, etc, and now it is running like a new rig again. I’m glad I don’t have to work as a mechanic on these newer rigs, they are a pain in the ass.
A lot of those RV folks often flock together for a while at times, like birds of a feather. Like spend much of the winter at what they call RTR in Arizona but Eric is thinking about staying in Florida this winter.
Caravan Caroline, an ex cop that got MS and discovered that her health improved after deciding to live in a van she converted into a camper is still fucking around in Oregon where it is getting cold but she and a few buddies are working their way south for the winter.
Another lady I follow, Carolyn's RV Life, has been screwing around in Tennessee. Folks like that are sure interesting to follow. The local Toyota RV is tempting.