If it's as bad as you say I'd prolly let him quit but maybe make it a teachable moment. Take him to Disneyland and halfway there remind him how you wanted him to play baseball and he quit, then tell him you've decided to go to Home Depot instead.
I'm not married anymore but the hardest thing with starting over is it's so time consuming and the history you create now is never going to be as special and exciting as that time when you first did it all in your 20's. Also, at 45, any single chick in her 40's has most likely got something wrong with her and women can fake that they're not crazy for a long while. I think I'm just too used to being single now, sad but true. The things I miss are not the sex so much as the history and companionship and on holidays not being alone and celebrating things together. Life is also easier as a team. If I am lucky enough to meet the right one I would definitely live together, maybe not marry.
My ex wife and I camped quite a bit before we got married and we had the pop up down like a NASCAR pit crew almost. You get into a groove and you can get it down and hooked up in minutes. Easy to tow also, we used a 6 cylinder car with a hitch. Towed once with a 4 cylinder Ford Ranger up in Canada and our tranny went out. That was a nightmare.
Yeah. AC would be a nice touch. Do I really need a fridge, or could I get my mom to buy me a
Fridge would be nice. My parents had 2 different ones, the first one was just an ice box which is basically a cooler that looks like a fridge, the second one had an actual fridge with a small freezer that ran off a 20 lb propane cylinder or electric. It's so much easier to stock that and hit the road and it might even be relatively accessible without popping the top, so you guys could eat at rest areas and such.