As stated in SmartMoney, RV lovers cite the ability to travel without airport lines or security hassles, to go "glamping" (imagine camping in Yosemite within feet of your flat-screen), and to see parts of America that are off the well-beaten path as reasons to hit the road in a motor home. Plus, it's an adventure, which is why the Kohuts sold their Michigan home last year and now live full-time in their 32-foot Winnebago -- equipped with two TVs, a bathroom and fully-stocked kitchen, and two slide-outs, which are expandable sections of the RV that pop out of the body to make the interior space bigger if they need it. "I have my kayak, golf clubs and fishing poles with me," says Mike Kohut, 55. "We get to do a lot of outdoors stuff, and we've helped build Habitat for Humanity houses around the country."
For others, the luxury RV is a much-needed break from decades of working. Just ask 51-year-old Doreen and her husband, who after working for years as psychiatrists, decided they needed a new experience. They cut their hours at their jobs to travel the country in a custom-made 340-square-foot RV, complete with a flat-screen TV that came down from the ceiling, convection oven, dishwasher, washer/dryer, custom furniture and built-in bookcases. And though the year-long trip wasn't without its bumps -- including a small fire, an armed robbery and a "shocking" trip to a nudist RV camp -- Orion says "it was wonderful we saw almost every state in the country and got to spend so much time together."
If you have been thinking that "this is the life for you," please give Charlie a call at 816-587-1500. He is actually very good at sizing up your needs and then finding just the right motorhome for you!