The long travel to retirement is about to end. You're ready to begin new journeys, hit the open road, ditch the bricks and sticks -- RV speak for a traditional house -- and travel the blue highways in a recreational vehicle.
And why not? You've earned it, with a comfortable cushion of retirement income and a yearning to see the country, camp, maybe glamp, and visit the scattered and grown kids and grandchildren in between sightseeing stops. You know you'll have fellow travelers. Approximately 10 million U.S. households own RVs, according to the RV Industry Association, and roughly 1 million Americans are living full-time in them.
But is an RV in retirement really right for you? We checked in with retirees who spend much of their time in recreational vehicles for their guidance on the pros of RV living in retirement. Here's what they had to say about the upsides of life on the road in an RV.SEE ALSO: 13 Reasons You'll Regret an RV in Retirement