I gulp when I say it but I'm really starting to appreciate cheap Chinese stuff. Harbor Freight tools has drastically improved in quality for cheap prices. Chinese tires have very much improved. Also their "kit" motorcycles and mopeds have REALLY come a long way.
(2k for a new chopper with lots of chrome - not bad at all)
I dunno... I know it's not as exciting, but I think keeping what you have is often the best choice. Unless you have a lot of $. RV'ing for some is about "how they want it" and for others like me "I make do with what I have". The game of musical RV's just makes dealers happy and your bank account lighter.
Hopefully you can still travel. There are lots of places you can go on the cheap. Sometimes we just pack in the yaris and go on day trips all around TX - take one night in a hotel or tent and head back the next day.
My faviorite combo is a tow dolly with a SMALL car. You typically just load it up there and stick on some magnetic lights. Often with a car that is 2k (ish) pounds that is FWD, you won't even have to setup a brake system or anything. I like to keep it simple.