My husband and I travel a lot.
We do not own a home.
Instead, we own a fifth wheel camp and a large diesel truck to pull it. We travel to different churches and places around the country to help out in any way that we can. My husband knows a lot about plumbing, carpentry, HVAC, and mechanics, so we usually end up helping people in one of those categories. I really do love what we do. People ask me if it is terrible living in a fifth wheel and always being on the road. I truly do not think it is terrible. We remodeled our fifth wheel, and it is quite large. It is honestly all the space that we need and then some. We even have an extra bedroom just in case we have family or friends that want to stay with us. We usually stay in one area for about three months before we travel to the next place. The wintertime is the hardest time if we are staying somewhere that is cold. The furnace in our camper just quit on us, and we are trying to figure out alternate ways to heat our fifth wheel. We will be up north from December through March this year, and we do not want to freeze. My husband has had some recommendations from people that also live in fifth wheels. Some say that propane heaters are the way to go, and others say that electric heaters are best. We know that propane heating would be cheaper, but I am not sure that I am ready to deal with the smell. I really hate the smell of propane. We have to make a decision soon because winter will be here before we know it.