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Old 08-02-2011, 08:45 PM   #15
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Who knows... he had Last Activity: 06-24-2011 06:50 PM on Fiberglass or we could ask him.
...and so...

... it must remain a mystery...wrapped in a riddle...surrounded by a conundrum...




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It's quoted in post number 3.

So much for mystery.
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Old 08-04-2011, 01:09 PM   #17
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Ahhhh yes...I see it now.
Thanks, Mary.

Maybe Brian's edit simply represents an attempt at perfect minimalism- achieved, in my opinion:

"..." = an infinity of unknown, indeed perhaps unknowable, possibilities.

My hat's off to you, Brian!

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Old 10-04-2011, 02:46 PM   #21
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Go now, or wait a bit longer? There is no "right answer" that holds for everyone. Each person's circumstances, attitudes and desires are different. For myself, the answer to "when to go fulltime?" is "Never".

Having returned from a one-month trip, I gotta say that weekends are about my limit for "camping" - and not many of them either!

For many others - as evidenced here, the freedom to able to travel as and when (and where) is the main purpose of being able to do so
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Hi: All...This topic seems open to interpretation and I think he means Dot Dot PERIOD!!!
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To answer the original questions - yes! Absolutely.

We're currently in our late-30s and have been full timing for over 5 years now. We work as we roam running our software and technology business remotely, and occasionally pick up fun little gigs that have ranged from managing product launches to working at Amazon packing boxes during peak season.

It's an awesome lifestyle, and you can totally pick the pace.

We started out in a 16' T@b travel trailer for our first year, and then upgraded to a 17' Oliver fiberglass trailer that we lived/traveled in for 3 years. Just this past summer, we switched to a 35' vintage bus conversion. We enjoy shaking up our living environment as much as our location, apparently

If you're called to full-timing before traditional retirement - do it! There are many of us doing it. http://www.nurvers.com is a community of folks like us, and we share a lot of resources about the lifestyle, as we as meet up around the country.

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