Larry and Janet McClintock are Habitat for Humanity Caravaners.
A "group of people that have RV's that go around and build Habitat homes," said Larry.
On this trip they're supervising kids on spring break.
The couple's been married for over a half a century and traveled to lots of cities -- even New Zealand -- but say Macon is great perks.
Even though their camper is parked in the re-store parking lot, it's the things you can't see that make this trip life on easy street.
"This is amazing because we have electricity, 50 amp electric for everybody," Janet explained. "Wifi has been one of the biggest areas that's a problem, but never been to another affiliate that has such good wifi."
In some places, Caravaners rented a space for their home on wheels and at two weeks a pop that can add up, but when they leave here they won't owe a dime.
"We've paid as much as $25 a night for a campground in Ocala, Florida I remember that," Janet explained.
Everyone heads home this weekend but they'll hold on to Macon memories as they worked to help out others.
"We are getting back so much more than we're giving and working with college kids like we are this is keeping us young, Janet said with a smile.