There are some places where a trailer park can look like the bad side of town, yet you meet the nicest people there. Then you can find some 55+ "senior" parks that are also nice and you meet the nicest people there as well. I've been watching this show on TV called "Building Off The Grid" and I've seen some very nice places with solar installations. One was by a lighthouse in Maine. I'm of the opinion, ham radio can work anywhere, but as I previously stated, I just can't live in a place where some "association" can put a lien on your property and fine you for doing something "against the rules". I've been looking at trailers, and you can find some nice ones that are newer, but most of the ones I've found were built in the 60's or 70's. Another consideration for those that are fully retired is full time RV'ing. I'm still trying to figure out how to do ham radio here without selling my 430 to get an FT-818. Something about this old rig...the digital display, VFD instead of a hard to read LCD. The trick is to think outside the proverbial box. Where there's a will, there's a way.