Hi, everyone. One question: Is it fun out there RV'ing for lengths at a time (6 months or longer)? Or does it just "where you down" hooking up, unhooking, checking this and that etc? Just asking the REAL question, as I'm contemplating taking my wife and 2 kids (10 and 8) "on the road" for awhile. Fortunately, we homeschool---and this has been great, and my kids (their choice not mine)aren't involved in very much. Great students, nice kids, but just aren't into "gym camp, soccer, baseball, etc.). So, my wife and I, with dream of always wanting to see America, feel like "this is the time," for us to maybe go put our hands with the kids on some real history and see some of America. Am I crazy? Or am I starting my mid-life crisis? I'm 40 and my wife is 43. She hasn't had an outside job for 11 years, and I make my money from home. My only reservations are: I think we'll all have a good time, and then the "hassles of the road," wear us down. I have no experience RV'ing. I like travel when we've stayed in hotels or camping in a tent. City life====never have that feeling of I wish I go back and talk with co-workers, etc. while I'm traveling---love every minute of the adventure. Any comments, are welcomed! Thanks.