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  1. I didn't see that anyone else had posted this Washington Post article. Apologies if I missed another posting. https://www.washingtonpost.com/graphics/2017/national/seniors-financial-insecurity/?deferJs=true&outputType=default-article&undefined=&utm_term=.a8c48d1e6f15&wpisrc=nl_most&wpmm=1
  2. Sorry for coming so late to this topic. I only get time to review these sites about once a month or so. I have two thoughts to offer. As for spending time in a place, I have found that I need at least two weeks to exhaust a location. Even a month in a state is not enough. I tend to move about every two to three weeks. I have also fallen in love with spots and extended my stay by a couple of weeks. I travel rather slowly. As for seeing the family at holidays. I leave my rig wherever it is and fly to the family for a few days. Thom
  3. I just finished my first six months of full-timing, and my first winter in FL. After reading all the warnings on this and other sites about the difficulty of finding parking in FL in the winter months, I have to say it was not nearly as difficult as I feared. Due to my work, i didn't know my itinerary more than a few weeks in advance at best. Looking just a few weeks out, I found that there was always some reasonable place to park near enough to where I needed to be. It may not have been my first, second, or third choice, but there was always something reasonable available. From Jacksonville to Naples, I moved every couple of weeks. Lots of places had something they called "overflow" or something like that. They may not have been the prettiest sites, but they were good enough - usually located near the entrance, which I liked.
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