Re: Full Time Soon skirk the only problems I have encountered in three years of fulltiming is rv breakdowns. And its only an 05. But they say it can happen to anyone and once I get the bugs out I will be good to go. I workamp for national parks seasonal. I spend the summer in northern parks and the winter in southern. But in between parks I wander to home area to see kids and do medical stuff at our doctors office. I have to go to VA in home state once a year for annual physical to get my yearly meds and the wife has to go to her doctor twice a year for tests for her meds and also to the dentist once a year for the usual checkups. By keeping it on the home front we dont have to change doctors or find what we need on the road. This year I spent Jan-Mar in Louisiana area site seeing, Mar-Apr at PEFO Nat Park, May stop at home area, May-Sept NOCA Nat Park, Sept home area, Sept-Jan I am at PEFO Nat Part again. In Jan I am going to Bouse, Az to winter until mid mar than we are going home are again until May than back to Noca for summer again. That should give you some kind of idea. Also enroute to and from parks we also stop and do some site seeing along the way. Right now it helps us because we get campsites with full hookups at the parks and they pay a stippance of 5 and 10 dollars a day depending on the park. We wanted to full time with the site seeing but with the high cost of gas and the repairs we have had to make we have been short on doing that. I hope no more than one or two more years and I can retire to the fulltime site seeing lifestyle.