After having been homeless for a few years and living in my van I've managed to find employment and have been able to purchase a cheap class B motorhome (its a fixer upper). I plan on getting solar panels put on it as well as get satelite internet. This really was the only option for me due to excessively high rents across the country, especially here in Los Angeles. I see a lot of people living in motorhomes here in Los Angeles, and suspect it's going to become "normal" for a lot of people in the country. RV parks are pretty expensive (almost as much as rent
) so I'll most likely be parking on sidestreets and avoiding staying in one place to long. One great thing about having an RV is I'll be able to have some privacy and won't have to spend all my free time in coffee shops.
I am incredibly grateful that the RV subculture is genuinely more community based than what I'd expected
I look forward to learning a lot here.