So now we know where to observe the “free-range sanctimonious a-hole” in their native habitat.
Conversely, I was contacted a year or so ago by a college buddy that read my wife’s blog (We Travel When We Can) after about 40 years since I last saw him. He was seeking to reconnect with those of us who still gather after nearly 50 years since we graduated.
He and his wife are conservative souls that have been living the nomadic RV life for about 12 years now. They have been everywhere several times. Their home of residence is a Texas town that specializes in taking care of folks like them. They have drivers licenses, voting registration, mail box, cell phone numbers etc etc from that Texas town. their mail is forwarded to where they presently are. They have satellite internet and Tv.
They are mid seventies now and are building a house in Texas. It has an adjacent pad to park an RV with electricity, water and sewer for guests.
Their real life was semi-nomadic. As a civil engineer with several of the world class engineering companies, they moved from project to project and house to house. They have led very interesting lives and have friends scattered all across the country.