This could be an on-going conversation.
Any numbers in cruising might be meaningless, if you were going to spend a lot of time in Georgia, on the hook.
Numbers would be meaningless, if provisions almost doubled in price because of fuel costs.
My brother went "Thoreau", about 20 years ago. He got rid of almost everything he owned and had a ceremonyous(sp), burning of his other things.
He then lived in a 16' trailer for the next 20 years, until his death(cancer) . . . I've always tended to be much like him and I'm contemplating the day I can get rid of basically E-V-E-R-Y-T-H-I-N-G. Except, I hope top live on a 26' boat and not see too much of the marinas, after my retirement(in about 3-1/2 years).
Till then, I plan on "practicing", for my retirement and attempting to keep track of expenses to see if such a live is viable on the pension I'll be getting.
This particular subject is so subjective . . .