Disclaimer: I can’t take credit for this, I got it from Facebook. I have no idea who wrote it, nor did those who posted it before me.
After being on the road for over two years, I related to all of these. I’ve added on to the end. Please feel free to add more in the comments!
Top 25 signs that you live in your RV full-time:
1) Your GPS is your best friend!
2) You NEVER know where items are in the grocery store.
3) You dump your own sewage and it is no big deal.
4) Your family has to ask you where you are when they call.
5) You keep both winter and summer wardrobes because you don’t know where you will end up.
6) You know what snowbirds are and have seen them in their natural habitat.
7) Your HOME has wheels.
8) You blog so that YOU will remember where you have been.
9) You look in your pantry and see that you have cereal from New Jersey, pasta from Texas, canned goods from Alabama, and crackers from California.
10) You are always the new guy/gal in town.
11) You know where to find the best, most reliable internet.
12) You own very little and are proud of that.
13) You follow the warm weather.
14) You hang pictures and decoration on the wall with velcro.
15) You don’t own any figurines or other cutesy stuff that sits on countertops.
16) You have slept in a Wal-Mart parking lot.
17) You meet up with a family in Virginia that you met in California.
18) You remember friends by what state you met them in.
19) You grocery shop every three days because your refrigerator is so small.
20) You have been to more museums, aquariums, national parks, monuments and zoos than you can remember.
21) You have “pulled chocks”.
22) You look confused when someone asks, “Where are you from?”
23) You get your mail 2-3 weeks late regularly from your mail forwarding service.
24) You have witnessed your toilet “burping” at you.
25) You crave adventure and can not wait to see what is around the next corner!
Here are the additions:
26) You tell your friends and family not to give you “things”, and you only buy items for which you know already have storage space.
27) When someone asks about your out-of-state plates, you have to explain that you don’t actually live in South Dakota/Florida/Texas/Montana. It’s just where your “residency” is.
Please add yours in the comments!