[QUOTE=June Bug;513680]To expand on Norm and Ginny's life developments -- I'm 66 and DH is 70. How this happened I'm not sure, but slowly it dawns on one that life won't continue forever. My sister-in-law's uncle just passed in his mid 90s and he was able to stay in his home 'til the end because he was in a senior mobile home community with an incredibly strong sense of community among residents.
The Escapee's Care Center is one of the neatest parts of the Escapee Lifestyle. It's really assisted living for Escapees. You live in your rig. Escapee volunteers take care of those staying at the care center, do their laundry, provide day time services, take care of their rigs, everything from dumping to cleaning and of course all meals. People are available 24/7 to deal with problems, amazingly 1200 a month for two people. There are professionals on staff but colunteers make it all possible. If you visit Livingston, be sure to take a tour of the Care center.
Though my home Escapee park, the FL SKP resort, there are a number of older members who need support and the membership makes sure their needs are met.
The community of a campground approaches that of good relatives.
Norm and Ginny
2014 Honda Odyssey
1991 Scamp 16