Thank you all for your advice and words of encouragement, like "don't panic", "you're doing just fine", "be flexible and have fun". I have read responses to other questions from most of you so I feel I already know you and appreciate your wisdom. We have no specific state in mind for winter, so may continue west after visiting Livingston. We have family in TX and Yuma, AZ. We will continue the way we have been traveling and extend our stays where we can. It's reassuring knowing all this support is available to us newbies. Thanks again. See you down the road and safe travels.
My husband and I sold our home in August and 'hit the road'. We had mapped out a few stops as we headed down the east coast then we were going to 'wing it'. After talking to a few couples in our travels, one couple being Escapees, we were informed that we should have had our winter reservations made by now. That was worrisome to us as we were 'winging it' with no real direction. Any suggestions what late comer newbies do now to find a place to settle for the winter? Between our lateness and the hurricanes on the coast, how does one find a place to stay or will we have to keep moving in order to find available sites? Any suggestions are greatly appreciated. We were also trying to fit a trip to Livingston into our plans to make Texas our domicile state. I guess we still have a lot to learn about this new lifestyle.