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Old Today, 09:34 AM   #21
goodellj
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Remember... Florida is also known as "God's Waiting Room"!

We have traveled all over the south and chose to winter in Arizona. We struck gold in the first park we chose and kept coming back for a total of 6 winters. Despite my comment about God's Waiting Room I find that 55+ RV parks are preferable no matter what part of the country you are in. Maybe it's just me, but I find that everyone is there for the same reason and seems to be friendly and sociable. Regular parks are OK, but there is a mixture of fulltime RV families, seasonal workers, weekenders, and people just passing through, which makes it harder to establish friendships.
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Old Today, 10:31 AM   #22
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As a non-retired snowbird my observations so far down in Florida, in several places. If you are planning on non-retired full timing in an RV these are the people you will encounter down in Fla while Rving:

1. cranky old people
2. really cranky old people
3 really cranky rude old people
4 younger, non-retired weird people such as
4a. off gridders that are recluse for what ever reason... lock your doors
4b flat earther home schooling families who's kids are dumb as a bucket of rocks.
4c middle aged women wearing hemp clothes and a Namaste sticker on a toyota prius car camping.
5. rich 500K class A jerks... no pun intended (they like nobody)
6. next tier is the "my rig and TV is bigger then yours"

It's all pretty hilarious the people you meet.... of course you will come across some really nice people too. but snowbirding is not what you will imagine if you are under 50.
As the saying goes: IT TAKES ONE TO KNOW ONE!

Happy camping.
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Old Today, 11:42 AM   #23
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Lol I knew everyone would be against your comments.
I would have no problem calling out any rude *******s.
Its no different in Arizona in Goodyear where my mother lives. (She lives in a house) She shares some of the same sentiments as you and shes 88.
You said your non retired so maybe find a balance as you probably cannot go very far.
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