I am Bob, a 42 year old attorney in Louisiana. I love to travel and it is not in my nature to stay in one place too long. A year ago, I moved into a small motorhome full-time. I was looking for a cheap alternative in order to be able to be in Baton Rouge during the week for my job and still keep a place in New Orleans on the weekends. I currently park my 19'Class C- RV nicknamed "Napoleon" in Baton Rouge during the week. It's like having a small efficiency apartment just a block or two from my office, going the urban boondocking route, using freshwater for my sink, toilet and shower from a 50-gallon storage tank. On weekends, I drive to New Orleans, park on the street in front of some friends' house and I have my weekend pied-à-terre in my favorite city... I get two places in one with Napoleon, not to mention a mobile hotel room when I take weekend excusions here or there. My RV has a full wetbath with toilet, shower and sink; a kitchenette with large basin sink, two-burner propane stove with vent hood, LOTS of cabinet storage; a microwave, fridge/freezer that runs on electric and propane; an airconditioning unit, a heating furnace, a gas powered generator hooked up to the vehicles gas tank, 50-gallon freshwater storage tank, 12 gallon propane storage tank, a wardrobe closet that fits several suits, shoes etc.; a four-person dining table and benches that converts to a bed; and a queen-size bed/sleeper area over the cab; tons of cabinet storage for more clothes and misc. items and a 32" flat screen TV with digital antenna. It is a very comfortable little home on wheels. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aK3qMFLNgyY
I am interested in exploring nomadic options for employment/income to go along with my physically nomadic living arrangement.