Camper For Sale

Well, our camping lifestyle will be on hold temporarily. We’ve decided to sell our camper and live on solid foundations for a little while. We LOVE the camping lifestyle, but as they say, all good things must come to an end. In this case, I doubt it’s the end. More like a pause.

When our house was rented out, obviously someone else was paying our mortgage. Now that we don’t have tenants, and don’t really want to rent the house again, we’re back to paying our own mortgage. So, our fun money budget isn’t what it used to be. Our camper payment and lot rent combined equal our mortgage payment, it doesn’t really make sense to try and maintain both since we can only live in one at a time. We’ve thought about storage fees, and budgeted what we needed for this upcoming winter, then sat back and looked at the numbers again and just decided against continuing. Everyone knows we love our ‘family’ here in Kissimmee and since Charlie will continue to use the asthma and lung doctors here in Celebration, we’ll come down for a visit every few months and hang out.

We’ll keep the web site up to date as changes happen. I can say this. If/when we sell the house in Pigeon Forge in a couple of years, we’ll probably get back in the camping business again. 🙂

We’ll also continue to travel and go on adventures, we’ll just be staying in hotels. Hotel points, here we come.

By Brian Gilbert

Prior to August 28th, 2012 we had never spent the night in a camper or RV. Now we're full timers and have never looked back. If you've ever dreamed of doing the RV thing, do it. It's much easier than I ever imagined. The only thing I regret so far is not doing it sooner.