Hello everyone, I'm new to the forum, have posted a couple times, but thought I should introduce myself and give a little background. I have read what some of you consider to be a full timer. I'm in my early forty's and still have to work everyday. I would love nothing better than to be able to run around the country. I was born a traveler and have seen the vast majority of the United States, Mexico, and abroad including Australia and New Zeland (which we actually toured, both islands, in a rented RV). If anyone has seen the National Lampoon Vacation movie, that was what my summer vacations as a child were like. Mom would load me and my brother in the car and head across country for weeks at a time, stopping at every road side attraction (reptile gardens, world second largest ball of twine, etc.) along the way. Unfortunately, the wife and I (and two dogs - lhasa apso & rotweiller/german sheppard ) lost our house last year to the housing crisis and have been living in a TT for over a year and a half now. This will be our second winter in southern Idaho. I learned a lot in a hurry about RV life last winter. Went through all the freeze-ups, leaks, etc. I actually don't mind living in the RV too much, although it does get cramped at times, two adults and two dogs, one as big as my wife, and you go from 2600+ square feet to 300 square feet. We've met a lot of good people coming through the campground and have experienced a totally different way of life. I think it has been good for us. Without dragging this post on, I just wanted you all to know a little about me and why I consider myself a full timer, everyday and night for 20 months so far with no plan to change should count for something, even if we have been stationary the whole time. Hopefully through this forum we can get to know one another and who knows, maybe we'll see some of you on your travels, if you're coming through southern Idaho, Twin Falls area.