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Old 03-17-2016, 11:12 AM   #1
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Shedding the 'elder' image

Xscapers 1 y/o group, offshoot of 'escapees', based on input from younger RVers. This supports a new generation of RVers website "Technomadia"

Check it out.

Could lead to more progressive parks.

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Here's the link:

https://www.xscapers.com/

Definitely, more and more younger folks who still have to work are entering the full-time RVing sector. In fact, this is how the founders of the original Escapees began...with a young couple working on the road. Escapees is a great organization for full-timers. It's a lot more than RV parks. It's a community.
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Hi twogypsies,
I've bookmarked the link, thanks for sharing.
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