Dating for rvers
This makes sense since I am in a less populated area. Sometimes, I give up on using dating apps for their given purpose and just use them as entertainment. Most people out there living this life are already coupled up. It’s doable using friends, online dating, and you could try mingling with locals at concerts, farmers markets, etc.
Many others only do it as a means to find the “perfect” place to settle down. Much less than half of the many full-timers are single. However, if you want to date another nomad who wants to remain a nomad, the challenge is real.
So, you’re a nomad or wannabe nomad that plans to date on the road. I’ve done the nomadic dating scene, but I must warn you that as a full-time RVer, you should be prepared for an even harder dating life than usual. So how does one date on the road, especially when moving frequently?
During this time, I have had dates but only one short-term boyfriend.
At least not if the other person is living in a traditional manner with a mortgage or rent payment. If you are above the age of, say, 30ish, then you likely aren’t going to be looking for anyone in a bar. It’s hard to meet locals when you are not involved in the community and have no friends in town. The kind of clubs that get together and have rallies.
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