to inhabit

Happy Friday everyone!

My husband and I have been giving a lot of thought to inhabitation as of late. I would like to rent out our house and generate extra income. We have talked about living in a motor home, being able to travel any time we like. But what will we inhabit?


This Class C is along the lines my husband was thinking about. It would be a newer model than the one pictured. Hubby likes the front end doors. I’m not fond of the layout inside. (Thank you to Berryland Campers for the use of their photo).


A Class A is what I would be more comfortable. It feels more like home on the inside, is built better, everything is on one level. I would prefer it to be diesel, but hubby says gas-powered is all we need. We both like this set-up but hubby doesn’t like the price and the thought of costly repairs. (Thank you Tom Raper RVs for the use of your picture).


As of late, I’ve been looking at these “tiny homes” as our new habitat. They are very practice on the inside, just like home and can be towed anywhere as they are constructed under the RV licensing. Neither hubby or I wanted to tow our home. Both of us would rather drive it. But check out the insides of some of these cute ideas! (Thank you FYI for the use of your photo).


I like this Tiny Home made by New Frontier because it could have a sliding garage door for that big open space! Check out the interior at New Frontier website.

And that is my thoughts on inhabit. Have a great weekend!



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