My hubby & I travel a lot. We do not own a home. Instead, the people I was with and I own a fifth wheel camp & a large diesel truck to pull it. We travel to different churches & venues around the country to help out in any way that the people I was with and I can. My hubby knows a lot about plumbing, carpentry, Heating, Ventilation, & A/C, & mechanics, so the people I was with and I usually end up helping people in a single of those categories. I absolutely do like what the people I was with and I doâ€¦ People ask me if it is exhausting living in a fifth wheel & always being on the road. I absolutely do not think it is terrible. We remodeled our fifth wheel, & it is quite large. It is very all the space that the people I was with and I need & then some. We even have an extra family room just in case the people I was with and I have family or friends that want to stay with us. We usually stay in a single section for about several months before the people I was with and I travel to the next venue. The wintertime is the hardest time if the people I was with and I are staying somewhere that is cold. The gas furnace in our camper just quit on us, & the people I was with and I are trying to figure out alternate ways to heat our fifth wheel. We will be up north from February through March this year, & the people I was with and I do not want to freeze. My hubby has had some recommendations from people that also live in fifth wheels. Some say that propane heating systems are the way to go, & others say that electric heating systems are best. We think that propane heating would be cheaper, however I am not sure that I am ready to deal with the smell. I absolutely hate the smell of propane. We have to make a decision soon because Wintertide will be here before the people I was with and I think it.