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 3/10/2007 6:40 AM
 
Hi y'all!
I discovered this forum a few weeks ago, right after we made the decision to sell the house and live in the rv full time. Been lurking for a while and have learned a lot of useful stuff. It's been quite a change living in such a small space. The dog has always laid in the smallest, narrowest part of the house, so am used to having to step over him. the hardest part so far has been not having all my stuff readily available. Guess it is time ot weed out and let go! Katie and Joe Rolfie (rotten Rottie) Munchkin (feline queen of the roost) Miss Kitty (2000 RexAir)

Katie and Joe Rolfie (rotten Rottie) Munchkin (feline queen of the roost) Miss Kitty (2000 RexAir)
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 3/10/2007 7:33 AM
 
Welcome Sassy, glad to have you onboard. We all learn a great deal from each other. When we see our paths will cross we try to meet up and get to know each other. That is a great deal of fun. Good luck to you on your "weeding".

Nan 2003 Forest River Lexington 23 feet

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 3/10/2007 3:58 PM
 
Welcome, Katie and Joe and Friends It is really great to have you join us. Keep us posted on your trips and fun things happening to you
Carole Carole
2007 Itasca Cambia Pepper- Heinz variety dog

Carole 2007 Itasca Cambia
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 3/10/2007 9:26 PM
 
Welcome, Katie. This is a great place to learn and get to know one another. Beware, though, it is very addictive. Danise

Danise
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 3/10/2007 9:41 PM
 
Hi, Katie,
Welcome - glad you're here. I made the same decision back in October but didn't become a fulltimer until Dec. 31. Love it! "Live well, laugh often, love much."
Chris 2006 Forest River Lexington (23 ft) 2002 Ford Ranger P/U

Chris Blog: http://piecingalife.blogspot.com
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 3/11/2007 8:58 AM
 
Welcome to the Women's Forum Katie! I'm glad you found us.
Cedar Cedar Adirondack Mts. in NY '02 Ford Escape '04 Chalet Arrowhead (C-->)
"One's world expands and contracts in direct proportion to one's courage"....Anais Nin.
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 3/14/2007 8:11 AM
 
my husband and I are trying to decide between a5th wheel and a class A.Please help. we will be living in this for weeks at a time on mission trips. BRVGIRL This message was edited by BRVGIRL on 3-14-07 @ 7:12 AM
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 3/14/2007 8:33 AM
 
This is such a personal decision... so I'd say first...look and study and get a good idea of what YOU would like..
If you are considering living in one for weeks on end as top priority... then remember that the slides on a fiver or trailer a much deeper than those in an A...giving more floor space. A fiver has a compartment for a generator... a motorhome comes with one.. Having your "own electricity on board"..may be a consideration for "Mission work"...
I have had trailers, 5th wheelers, Class A and Class C's...and enjoyed the all. So..we are back to square one... study, research and determining which YOU would enjoy the most!
Happy RV hunting..!! Joella

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