Monday, November 10, 2008

Couple love life in an RV and won't give it up

Winston-Salem Journal - Winston-Salem,NC,USA
or full-time RVers Curt and Mary Heldreth, home is as close as the nearest parking space.

The couple don't feel that they are exactly "roughing it" in their recreational vehicle, but since they packed up and moved out of their West Virginia home more than a year ago, they have discovered a different and exciting way to live.

Curt, 60, a retired teacher and Army major, decided that he wanted to spend his retirement on the go, but he wasn't quite sure how his wife, Mary, 62, would feel about spending all their time in a 35-foot home on wheels.

"We decided to just try it out for a year or two," Curt said. "There are a million people who are RVers and about half are full timers."

Full-time RVers, or people who choose to live in their RV instead of a traditional home, are hitting the highways or setting up at campgrounds to experience the great outdoors year-round. Some travel from state to state, while others find a campground or RV park and stay a few months at a time.

The Heldreths' class A Fleetwood Bounder motor home is small and efficient for life on the move.
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