Hello, I'm a married mom of 10, with my oldest leaving the nest and the rest will follow every year or 2 after. Living on a boat and traveling the Americas has always been my husband's dream. Given the state of things lately, chasing the horizon doesn't seem like a terrible way to spend our days. We wouldn't mind taking a few kids
with us, but we can't afford the Titanic, so will have to wait until more than half have left the nest. We have lived in a motorhome before, and traveled the country for a few years. We eventually ran out of places to see. We have owned a tiny wooden sailboat before, but it barely fit two people. I'm pretty confident that if we spend this time learning
how to sail, manage and maintain a boat, and how about learn to swim, we may be able to afford a boat by the time we're ready to go. I'm on here to read about y'all and your experiences to learn as much as I can. Thanks!