Home. The word can mean log cabin, dirt floor, heating with wood, no power.It could be a yurt, a tent, a refrigerator box behind trees in a city park, under a bridge out of sight. Home could be owning your cruise ship cabin, deciding as a boat, where to head next. Hawaii? Okay, all hands go up. Hawaii it is. We'll park off each of the islands. You can take the skiff in or use the boat's helicopter to take excursions, get dropped off and picked up along with tenders back and forth. Not staying for a few hours..for a week or two and then moving on to Tahiti and doing a 180 degree turn and heading to South America, and up to enter the Pananma Canal..hit more islands on the other side. Then on to Europe. Can you imagine what that would be like?
Annual maintenance costs run at $100,000 per suite or condo while an actual suite now can costs 1.9 to 4 million dollars.You are a category twelve..forever..not just five days, two weeks. Full time cruising as your home away from home. Look for loose change in the couch, take those empty cans and bottles back to belly up to the bar to sign on if you have the time, if it sounds like fun, if you can afford the tab. If not, here is another "home" that works for an individual who lives in a garbage truck. That's right..check out the images.
Homes..In Maine they can be victorian intown or overlooking the ocean with widow's walks, or large rolling spreads with hundreds and hundreds of acres of fields, woodlots bordering streams, rivers and lakes. Or a humble hunting cabin, mountain top retreat in the pines overlooking miles and miles of just unspoiled four season scenery! But the above is a home on the move..rather than a move to a home.