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 11/20/2012 4:39 PM

Hi, I am new to this web site for RVers, I bought my first Rockwood in June 2012 ans so far enjoy living small. I am not sure what to write or say other than I hope this is still a active site. I would love to learn more about how to survive in an RV.

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 11/20/2012 6:42 PM

Hi Pizzit,

Welcome to the site.

This used to be the premiere site for Rver's. New & Old.

Due to the price of fuel and the decline of investment opportunities, it is not what is used to be. That being said with newbies like you, it could be rejuvenated.

Come on gang, lets show Pizzit what RVing is all about and extend him a welcome to sharing with us.

What would you like to talk about?

Big Bad John & Runaround Sue & Paris *Hammock,Florida* *97 Dutch Star Diesel* *76 VW Bay Window Bus* *91 Classic Harley Davidson* *1949 Ford Lead Sled* *2012 HD LSV
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 11/24/2012 11:44 AM

welcome Pizzit, there are many people with a lot of knowledge about rving, so ask away. I enjoy learning from other peoples questions.

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 11/24/2012 4:22 PM

I hope you enjoy as much as we have in the 40yrs. We don't go like we used to, we have a place in Florida for the winter and we do still travel some. This site used to be hoppin and we used to get together and visit. I wouldn't trade the memories good or bad for the world. enjoy it while you can, don;t wait until you get too old

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 11/25/2012 8:07 PM

Hi there Pizit:

Welcome to RV America (and a whole bunch of knowledgeable folks).

You will find that there is a whole bunch of knowledge among the members of RVA, but many of them stay in the woodwork until an interesting post comes along (especially those from newbies asking about the RV life style--either a weekender, an extended timer, and even some full-timers.

However, unless you ask a question to drag the lurkers out of the dark, this forum seems rather dead.

Many of the folks have diesel pushers, some have gas rigs (from very old to fairly new), and also a lot of 5ers. We have some expert fix-it gurus on this site, so don't be afraid to ask.

Having an RV and enjoying it are always a learning experience (even for those who have "been der, done dat). All of us have made mistakes (some of them alarming and some of them humorous)--but that is all part of the learning experience.

We all know how sometimes being a newbie can be a daunting experience--full of insecurity and doubt. But, as well all have, you too will learn by doing (and from asking questions from those who have trod the path before. Don't think of any question as too dumb or too embarassing. Unless you ask, you might learn something the hard way (and sometimes that can be very expensive).

All the folks on the forum will try their best to give you the best advice that they can--but be aware that sometimes the advice from different folks is not always the same.

Welcome to the wonderful world of RVing.

Cheers and happy travels, Mike www.backroadtravelers.com
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 11/26/2012 8:47 AM

Hi Pizzit,

Welcome aboard. As stated in the previous posts, we all started at the beginning at one point. After over a half century of RVing I still ask questions.

Tell us a little bit about yourself and your rig.

Good luck and enjoy.

Bob K from PA

Bob and Gwen K from PA '99 Endeavor 37WDS4 2009 Ford Tarus or boat Four cats
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