Frida Silverman, who goes by “Babs,” moved to Tucson, Ariz., from the suburbs of Philadelphia about 25 years ago. She is one of about 700 residents who lives at the Voyager RV Resort year-round but during these warm winter months the park’s population swells to somewhere closer to 3,000, Arizona Public Media reported.
The Voyager is one of the first RV parks you hit when you’re driving into Tucson from the east.
Babs’ golf cart – its license plate reads “Ms Babs” – served as a the base as she gave a reporter a tour of the sprawling park.
First up: traditional RVs. Some were little camper wagons that attach to trucks and others were huge and plush and look like tour buses that Lady Gaga would travel in.
A little further into the park we hit the section for park model homes – RVs that look a bit more like permanent domiciles. Babs lives in one of these with her cat, Miss Kitty.
When asked what she liked best about her adopted home, she responded, “The facilities. It’s here all, you don’t have to go out of this place for anything. You got a restaurant, grocery store, ballroom.”
All of the residents gushed about the activities.
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