As I mentioned earlier, I was thinking of hanging up the keys to the motorhome and selling, as we are now unable to use it together. I did wonder if I would cope on my own and would appreciate comments from those that do.Am no longer that active for walks over a half mile, booze has no longer been consumed now for 17 years, gave away a single malt to a friend or a present, well it had sat in a cupboard that long.Would I be better off using hotels again.Should I consider a grand tour.
I obviously cannot comment on the personal realations side of the decision.
I did tour all over England on my own for the first 2-3 years of having the MH, but had been on my own in the house anyway.
I wildcamped and only really met people in cafes or pubs, apart from my friends around the country who I used to drop in on - one aspect of visiting friends is that you can say 'I do not need a bed, just somewhere to park nearby' - puts less pressure on them. You do not drink but would you go into pubs and get chatting? Have you got TV - I used to watch it when solo, but it has not been turned on during any of our trips together.
From the practical point of view, there are some advantages in being solo - one does not have to find water and cassette emptying so often. More room in the fridge. No discussion about where to go. Do you have a good mobile contract with plenty of free time to keep in touch with base? Navigation could be a problem unless you have satnav, although I did not, but was used to navigating all over England in a minibus with passengers, so getting the map out on the move was a no-no. I just memorised the route to the general area where I wanted to go then stopped to sus out the last few miles into memory.
If you are using campsites for a few days and you are not near shops and need to use the MH you will need something to indicate 'Pitch reserved'
These are just jottings - if I think of anything else I will post again.