Weekly Edition ~ October 21, 2016
"Marriage is a great institution, but I'm not ready for an institution." ~Mae West
This Week's Community Review:
Conway, South Carolina
Near the South Carolina coast and not far from lively Myrtle Beach, Conway is the site of Wild Wings Plantation, an all ages single family home community that markets to baby boomers. Amenities include golf courses, boatable lakes, an owners' club and more.
Previous Weekly Reviews:
Vonore is in eastern Tennessee and is the setting for Rarity Bay, a beautiful all ages, lakeside community popular with retirees. Residents enjoy mountain views, water views, a boat dock, a golf course, an equestrian center and more. Condos, single family homes and estate homes are for sale. Prices come in a wide range.
Thornton is north of Denver in north central Colorado and is the site of Heritage Todd Creek, a 55+ community with beautiful duplexes and single family homes. Amenities include a golf course, a salt water pool, tennis courts, planned outings and invigorating Rocky Mountain views.
Las Cruces is in southern New Mexico and is the location of Boulders on the Green at Sonoma Ranch, a gated, 55+ enclave of beautiful adobe style single family homes. Amenities include an 18 hole golf course, a clubhouse, a spa and intoxicating mountain views.
Communities by State
Alabama Arizona California Colorado Delaware Florida Georgia Idaho Illinois Iowa Louisiana Maryland Michigan Nevada New Jersey New York North Carolina Oregon Pennsylvania South Carolina Tennessee Texas Utah Virginia Washington Wyoming
Retirement + an RV = Fun
If you're looking forward to a fun-filled, active retirement, consider buying a motorhome. They are the perfect recreational vehicle for retirees. Here are a few reasons why.
Travel in Comfort
Those who plan to visit relatives several times a year during their retirement will love the comfort, convenience and affordability that recreational vehicles provide. Especially when you're traveling long distances-even across country - motorhomes are the best way to go.
Not only are RVs comfortable rides (in fact, many of them are quite luxurious), but they also offer the ultimate convenience. There's no need to book overnight accommodations that are often either expensive or unclean; you can sleep comfortably in your recreational vehicle. Likewise, there's no reason to scour roadsides for eating places; you're kitchen travels with you.
You can sleep, eat, rest and even enjoy entertainment easily in your home away from home on the road.
Camp the Easy Way
Motorhomes are not only a delight to travel in, but they are also wonderful for camping. The primitive camping you enjoyed in your twenties may not sound so great now that you're in your fifties or sixties. Camping in an RV is comparable to having a small apartment in the woods. Cook with modern appliances, enjoy an indoor bathroom and sleep in safety and comfort amid the beauty of nature. You'll also be in close proximity to all the outdoor fun you love, such as hiking, boating, cycling, fishing and more. Doesn't that sound better than roughing it in a pup tent, schlepping to a campground community toilet and cooking over an open fire?
Many public campgrounds provide spacious campsites large enough to accommodate even the largest RVs. You can also camp in your own backyard or use your RV as a guesthouse for weekend and summer visitors.
Pursue an Affordable Pastime
Motorhomes are available in a variety of models, both new and used, for a wide range of budgets. If you plan to travel cross country, you may feel more comfortable buying new; indeed, some new RVs are as affordable as luxury used ones. Because motorhomes are so diverse in size and style, you're sure to find one that's right for you and your family-from large RVs that can accommodate large groups to small ones best suited to twosomes. If you're looking for ultra-comfort and convenience, many standard and deluxe models feature full kitchens, bathrooms, separate sleeping rooms and entertainment systems.
There are many reasons recreational vehicles are perfect for retirees. If you're uncertain, however, that a recreational vehicle is the best choice for your retirement, rent one before you buy. After you've taken it on the highway or to the campgrounds, chances are that you'll agree with thousands of others: living the RV life is comfortable, convenient, fun and affordable.
~This article about Recreational Vehicles and motorhomes is supplied by Mike M at RV Transportation Services. Our business provides the customers with international camper caravan shipping from the USA to overseas destinations. Article Source: Ezines.
Webwerxx, Inc. Copyright (c) 2006-2016.
All rights reserved. No part of this electronic publication may be reproduced in any way without the express written consent of Webwerxx, Inc. Reproducing any original part of this publication without written permission from Webwerxx, Inc. is plagiarism. Numerous attempts were made to verify the accuracy of the information contained in this website, but some information may have changed since each article and/or report went online, and Webwerxx, Inc. is not liable for inaccurate information contained in its articles and/or reports.