This post explores how Fifty-Plus Nomads are different and similar to expats, refugees, immigrants, and migrants. It also talks about different communities that are similar to Fifty-Plus Nomads like snowbirds, RVers, and vanlifers.
Until World War II, only the wealthy could travel for extended periods. Today these long-term travel over 50 is available to most Americans and Canadians.
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