Now you have retired and you dream of spending the winter in a warmer climate but when you go online and begin to look at renting you know that the expense will be just too much for your budget. Where is that tiny house, the easy to own not permanent but just what you want for the next few years? Believe it or not, in the southwest USA there is an equivalent that may be just what you are looking for.
My husband and I spend our winters in Tucson Arizona. Here in the desert where the temperature are very mild in winter, a group of seniors gather in park models we call "doll houses". They are tiny houses that have been around for a very long time. They are called park models.
We play golf, swim in the pool, dance several times a month, play cards, create in workshops that meet our needs and live inexpensively. For many of us this is our tiny house in the woods!
ABOUT TUCSON, AZ
We have chosen to settle down in a RV resort for the winters. Rincon Country East RV Resort is located on the the eastern edge of Tucson along the Pantano Wash. We are very near to Davis Monthan Air Force Base and the Saguaro National Park East. Views of mountains to the East and North remain largely unobstructed. But the view to the west is the most important. Anyone who has lived or visited Tucson will tell you the sunsets are the most spectacular you will ever see.
People in this resort hike and bicycle into the Saguaro National Park. Golfing is so close by that one is tempted to walk to the course and art galleries either at the base of the Catalina Mountain or in the art community located in Tubac provide some great opportunities to find just that perfect piece for your collection.
Fresh vegetables from nearby Mexico and California are abundant and relatively inexpensive. In fact, we find the cost of living to be very affordable.
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If you are looking for the perfect location to spend your winters, the ones you have been dreaming about, come on down and join us. You will find the retirement lifestyle you have been dreaming about.
We'll keep the cactus lit for you!