Sounds nice. Wife and I have been thinking about ditching the house soon and going with a Toy Hauler like that instead, probably closer to the time she retires in a few years, and when I can move with my job back to TX, she wants to open a "tiny house" B&B. This way, we'd have the Toy Hauler for when we want to go to rallies or vacations and such, but not have to live constantly in such a confined space, yet we can start getting used to living "tiny" in it, until the B&B main "tiny house" is built. If we could use some of the money from selling the house to get the Toy Hauler, we could possibly be debt free, and still have enough left over to get a couple "tiny houses" for the B&B, plus with the money we'd be saving on mortgage and utilities (from using solar and wind for power generation, and water reclamation), we could "invest" in more "tiny houses" to expand the B&B business fairly soon, too. That's the plan, at least.
Hey Jammer we got tied up!!
That sounds like a good plan. I don't have a clue what it takes to run a B & B but my guess is insurance will play a part.
Good Idea!! I always wanted to do RV parking. Never got serious about it but thought overhead may be low. My concern was always insurance...
Well our bad luck continues, Some lady drove thru our fence and took out a tree and 2 sections.. of course she had no insurance. Been busy repairing our fence on our dime...
Last Monday our new 24 ft. enclosed trailer got it with hail damage. Dealer was only willing to take off another $726.00 from our purchase amount which was already at a 2016 close out price.
I felt like we had to pull the trigger on the damaged enclosed trailer to sell our toy hauler!!
Good luck to you guys on your wife's retirement plans.... Sounds like a good one!