Hi everybody, I've posted here and there but a little about me and my plans. I am 35 and get $927/mo in Social Security survivor's benefits, as the adult disabled child (I have Aspergers, a form of autism) of a retired pensioner. I also make a little money repairing computers, which is my trade (I am A+ Certified, which means that I'm certified to work on computers). I have lived in the same city all my life, but want to see more than what I'm used to. I am thinking of buying a used motorhome (older, like 1980s, but still low miles and well maintained) and hitting the road. I wanted to stay at different campgrounds and RV parks and repair the laptops of other full time RVers, such as construction workers and older people and snowbirds and such. I plan to get a diesel home, and the Social Security would take care of all my expenses...except fuel. I would repair computers basically for fuel money, IOW. I plan to have some savings for that, but would still need to practice my trade for fuel money. I want to know, do you think this is feasible at all? I love to drive and travel, and I have the small government income, but would need to repair computers to feed the motorhome. Is it even possible with so many places forbidding older coaches, and so many full timers quitting?