Hard to believe I first showed up here in January wondering about living full time on the road and here we are, already at our first work camping gig almost a month. So far we like it. It's a lot more fun when we're not traveling every day. The fiver is harder to pack up and move every day. When you can settle in one place for months at a time, it's a lot less stressful. We started our work camping adventures in the Florida State Park system. FHU for 20 hours at one of the parks. The only downside is that they don't have broadband or cable. But I'm getting experience maintaining an 80 site campground and putting the first "win" in my work camping references, that's what counts. I'm going to be ready to graduate to a commercial campground this season. The only minor handicap we have is my wife is disabled and can't really do a whole lot. On the plus side we lived in some really beautiful places. Looking back at the pictures...gorgeous places. Fun places. One resort had a band that played on the weekends. It's a hoot. So far noise at campgrounds hasn't been an issue. A couple fans hide a multitude of annoyances. We have a four seasons fiver and the extra insulation makes a big difference. On the financial side, provided you're not making payments on your truck or camper, you can live a lot cheaper on the road than in any house. And the bonus is you don't have dance on anyone's string. When had a house it was the mortgage company, the insurance company, the utilities. Just a non-stop ding-o-rama on the checkbook. Now we make one payment for space, utilities (though sometimes electric is metered) and it's convenient. We don't miss the house and associated expenses much at all. So, yeah, so far we like it a lot. Need to find a camp host position in FL for the season (the farther south the better), so if you know any place looking, just let me know. Oh, and I finally learned to back the camper up by myself.