RVAmerica.com Forums
 
RVAmerica ForumsRVAmerica ForumsWomenWomen's RV Foru...Newbies / Intro...Newbies / Intro...What Now?What Now?
Previous Previous
 
Next Next
New Post
 4/22/2008 1:52 PM
 
It is the http://www.rvingwomen.org/
They are having a convention in september at Charleston, SC.
Also, they have chapters around the US. I just joined the new England chapter...I think the dues are $5 or $10.
Where abouts are you?
Mary (in CT)
New Post
 4/22/2008 9:11 PM
 
Welcome Godsworkingme and Mary in Red,
It's nice to meet you both! I too plan on being in Charleston in September. I'm currently in the Mid-Atlantic Chapter. Look forward to meeting you! Who would possibly want to miss Flossie there? LOL
Love, Sharon 2007 RoadTrek SS-Agile "Mercy" the Mapper Womens RV Forum * RVing Women SKP 98330 * Good Sam

"The Buggy" 2007 RoadTrek SS-Agile * "Belgian" 2007 Honda Reflex Scooter
New Post
 4/28/2008 7:34 AM
 
I'm not a single RVer yet but when the day comes when I am placed in that situation and we still have an RV I may indeed keep going on down the road. By then, who knows we may be traveled out and the urge to wander may be satisfied.
We have met many single ladies on the road who are doing very well. Many do take others along for the ride and most have pets so they are not alone. And as we all know there is no such thing as a stranger. With our many club decals on the window (Escapees, FMCA, FCOC, & Good Sam)-- we are constantly stopping to converse at rest areas, fuel stations and RV parks -- stories of the road and such. Woman are better at being alone anyways, can find creative ways to use thier time and are maybe more organized and safety conscious. So why not...if you want to get out there.
I think it's important to be somewhat mechanical minded. RVs unlike a simple auto have many systems to maintain. So, "know your rig".
Happy Trails ~~
Previous Previous
 
Next Next
RVAmerica ForumsRVAmerica ForumsWomenWomen's RV Foru...Newbies / Intro...Newbies / Intro...What Now?What Now?

Horizon Block
Progressive Insurance