One of the neatest things about living the RV lifestyle is that for the most part everywhere you "move" you instantly have something in common with all your neighbors. It's like social networking but with 40' motorhomes!
Most people would be surprised to know just how many people have taken the leap to become full time RV'ers. And it's a pretty good mix of folks from all walks of life. In many RV parks you can find anything from converted vans to multi-million dollar motorhomes all parked next to one another forming whole mini-communities.
The diversity of people and their backgrounds is always fascinating too me. On one side of your rig you may have George and Martha, retired corn and soy bean farmers from Ontario Canada. On the other side could be Paul and Tina, retired Air Force officers. You just never know who you are going to be talking to when you bump into the next person in your mini-community. The only thing you do know is that you and that person instantly have something in common, a love for exploring the open road, meeting new people and seeing interesting places.
For lunch today Nancy and I decided to once again enjoy the leftover Chicken Tortilla Soup from last night. I'm not sure it's possible, but I think it might have been even better today. All the spices and fresh ingredients had a night in the fridge to mingle and today they seem to be even friendlier together than they were last night. The recipe can be found below on this blog.