Wow... two humidity Threads up and running.
Our Airstream is our Seasonal Moving Home. Nine months in the Mohave Desert of southern Nevada are wonderful.
Three months go from just Hot... to Hotter that Hades. We travel those months. Our Airstream has wheels and we head to higher elevations. This is WHY we have a travel trailer. I also like shiny objects, gold, silver... and aluminum, of course.
For retired people, not difficult to do. For those who have several weeks vacation, you already know where to go and so does everyone else in your area.
Worthy420 and I understand the limitations of our Home on Wheels.
Sweat Equity... of some sort, I say.
It is much less overhead owning a mobile trailer than a second home for seasonal use. Actually cheap in comparison.
Nancy and my goal now is spending the hot Summer Months looking for property with a lot of acreage to camp out and make it our Airstream with a View recreational area. Is two acres too little, or 800 too much? I have been scouring the Internet for 'Ranch Properties'.
One you can use a moped to get around. The other an ATV... which I like that idea, a lot.
Have some with potential. Pictures and descriptions can be deceiving, as well. Lipstick on a Pig kind of thing.
Found a nice 800 acre Ranch with home and barns at a great price... but would need to find a local Rancher wanting to bale hay 'deal'. Or invite what few Airstream Friends we still have to spend some time... and bring a shovel and hammer... Well, not really but some could use some exercise quarrying fossil fish or just digging a well for... fun.
How deep is half a well, anyways? You do the first half and I will finish it.
Escaping humidity is like collecting thin air samples on the 14ers in Colorado. Just a lot of sweat equity...