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Old 10-21-2012, 09:08 AM   #1
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Just wondering....

Have about 9 more years before I can retire and truly get to hit the highway and enjoy the full rving lifestyle. I live in the northeast and am going to be fairly limited on the sorts of trips I take (due to the amount of time I can be away from work at any given time and cold weather). I got to thinking about if there was any way to extend my season by driving the motorhome to a sunnier location and then leaving it in storage and then flying down and continuing to drive on to the next location. Does anyone do this? It seems like it might be kind of expensive to do all that flying, but it is pretty expensive to drive the mh as well . I'm just not sure of he logistics of how I might do this.

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Old 10-21-2012, 09:08 PM   #2
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There are a few places in Florida that will store for a nominal fee. KOA Pine Island (Fort Myers) for one. I have heard that Alabama State Park campgrounds will also store foe low fees. Most of these are open fields but still pretty safe.

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