8 yrs ago. read about Lesharo. Winnebago. Got a bad deal on ebay. So to make for it, I found several good deals. They came with easy to break transmissions. So people convert to gm motors usually. I found one converted. v6 then found a french diesel 4 cyl. had low compression. Found a good gas one at auction someone just put a lot of money in it, then gave to kidney kars?,Then one in California. all these had low miles. The had bad transmissions. To say the least, it has been an education. For 5 years I had seen a Diesel in a storage yard, Finally each year I asked about it. The said take it. It been here since 96. It is diesel runs great. may convert to veggie oil. What I want to say is you can have a big motor home comfortable,. Then Park it in cheap storage yard where you travel to. Keep your things in it. I then have a 1973 31 ft. Airstream. lived most of winter. It i half way to Arizona. By the National parks. Then I take a van or what is cheap to Gas Arizona 3-7 days at a time. Stay cheap in L.V. Nev. casino,1 day on way down. Then a week later on way back. At the dam you can stay cheap. If you are truck driver its free. So I am rambling but wanted to say this. If you want to can leave a larger motorhome or trailer vehicle, Don't burn up gas. Stay in az blm $180 for 7 months 7 different camp grounds. one has a hot sring, it s 110 to beach in San Diego. a little more than that to Phoenix. This winter I will stay longer in Az. But if you can. Follow the sun in a small mhome go in aloop, many mhomers do, or drive a van to live in larger trailer like my airstrea, is 1/2 way. Travel cheap. Did you know that if you have an old diesel. You can use veggie oil or old motor used filtered oil if prepared right. I have a small efficient woodstove, I heated airstream with it. Before that a pellet stove, it didn't do the trick. If you can email or text me 801-372-7867 would be glad to tell you places I have just found in az and utah. I can tell you where small motor homes are also.