I've been thinking about what we do and don't want from fulltiming. We're still figuring things out, and I'm sure much more will be revealed once we're actually out there, living it.
Being around people is important to my husband. He needs the juice of human interaction, the hum and the buzz of other people to talk to (in addition to me). Some time out in the woods alone is fine, but then he wants to go into town. He loves to shoot the shit, press the flesh, rub elbows, trade stories, hear opinions, ask questions, break bread, maybe get in a game of pickle ball. He's a people person. So I think we will want to stay in campgrounds and RV parks at least half the time, and boondock alone in the middle of nowhere once in a while.
This will all require some balancing and some compromise on both our parts. One thing I know I need to do is re-calibrate my idea of where "home" will be. Home won't be back in So Cal. It will be on the road with my honey. We will get used to it, and if parts of it aren't working for us we can make adjustments.
There's a lot to do to get ready, but I wish we could leave right now!