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I was wondering what kind of an RV everyone has? I have a 1994 Rexhall Aerbus 3300.

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This is my new "baby"!  So excited!  It's my first RV.  Can't wait to start to Yellowstone in her.

Congratulations on your new RV. If you have any questions please feel free to ask them.

Jenny, where did you drive from?  We are going from NE GA.

Its gorgeous! Exactly what I would like to have. Tell me how the first year went in this RV, if you'd do anything different.

I have a 2001 Itasca Suncruiser and will be looking for a summer job next year and plan to live in my RV.

Just joined this group. I would love to know if you drive your RV a long way to each job, and how the end financial picture looks with gas being so high.

Of course, the perks of having your own Home is very good!

Hello all, just joined and looking forward to trading info and thoughts. I have been full time RV'ing since 2002. we have a 38 ft jayco 5th wheel trailer, pulled with a dodge 3500. It is a good combination. We have worked at and volunteered at several different RV Parks. I have many years experience in the retail field and will take on short term jobs in that field. I enjoy meeting people and seeing new sights.
Welcome to the group Michael.

retiring in August, just bought my 1st RV, a 2010 hurricane 30ft. Going to drive cross country from Wa. state to Florida. Was wondering if anyone has advice on the best way to tow my 2012 escape?? not sure if I should tow it flat or get a tow dolly. All suggestions welcome....

We have a 1996 Fleetwood Bounder and we are taking off in 11 days driving to AK for the summer.  Will be at MPWL.  How about you?  I see my old reply below, we sold the Springdale and opted for a Class A.

why did you sell the springdale and opt for a class A? I'm thinking of buying an RV, and the class C looks more managable for a single woman....

I have never driven a Class A RV in my life but was fine the first time I drove one. You just have to remember to make wider turns and it takes longer for a Class A to stop. I have never driven a Class C so don't know what to tell you there.


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