The campground host and hostess at Leasburg Dam in New Mexico were from Michigan but pretty much fulltime RVers. They had spent several months in the summer at Fort Randall Dam in South Dakota and hosted in Oregon when his brother called and said they needed a replacement at Leasburg Dam. Very nice and helpful people.
When we were in Mesa for almost a week, one of our neighbors was Helen and her chocolate lab/Doberman mix, Snickers. (Photo above) She was a retired railroad dispatcher and graciously invited us to stop at her private spot in Idaho if we were ever in the neighborhood.
Our next stop was Dead Horse Ranch State Park near Cottonwood, AZ. There we met people from British Colombia and Ontario and one night, a young couple who are mostly fulltimers, although they still maintain a home in Michigan. He works online restoring old photos and she is an artist who does age advancement of missing persons and wanted criminals for law enforcement agencies--also online.
There were many others, as well as reconnecting with old classmates, relatives, and an exchange student who lived with us in the 80s, and other friends. It's the frosting on the cake of travel.