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Old 10-01-2015, 09:01 PM   #1
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Hi! My old man and I are retiring next year and will become full-timers. We have a 38' Journey. My burning question: how many pairs of shoes and boots can I bring? I'm getting cold feet!
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Always a hard choice. Perhaps a couple pair. I don't think you'll need them though. Good luck and make some memories. Safe travels.
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How many pairs of shoes does one really need? My thinking is about 4, work out shoes, comfortable ones for in the MH, hiking shoes and some sort of water boots. If these can not be worn to where ever I am going, then I do not need to be there!
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Sandals, rubber boots, casual, dress, slippers, tennis, hiking boots and I'm then guy, but on any given trip we may walk the beach, hike the trails, ride bicycles, go out to dinner and maybe a dance. Not to mention fishing hunting or geocaching.

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Old 10-02-2015, 10:56 AM   #6
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Two pair of sneakers, one pair hiking boots, six pair of flip flops and Tevas.
For the guys, two pair of sneakers, one pair hiking boots, one Teva, one pair work shoes.
For both, one set of dress cloths, kept in the basement, just in case someone's you know dies.
Full timing is a very casual life style. Take advantage of that and keep it simple.
That's my opinion but you know what they say about opinions!
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I have good sneakers for every day and old sneakers for muddy days, flip flops and sandals. I have I also have one pair of dress shoes and one dressy outfit which I rarely wear, but every now and again have needed. Full timing is usually casual so not much needed. Take what you think and then you can downsize and give stuff to charity as you find you don't need or use things. Safe travels.
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Hi! My old man and I are retiring next year and will become full-timers. We have a 38' Journey. My burning question: how many pairs of shoes and boots can I bring? I'm getting cold feet!
One pair for dining(Dressing up), one pair for sporting/hiking/sightseeing, and flip-flops for all other days.........I would assume you will be where it is warm? year around?
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Hi! My old man and I are retiring next year and will become full-timers. We have a 38' Journey. My burning question: how many pairs of shoes and boots can I bring? I'm getting cold feet!
My DW would ask "How much room do we have????"
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Ask my wife she would say at least 100.
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I wear western boots most often, so I have my nice boots and my $#}t kickers. Also a pair of sneakers, standard beat up work boots, nice casual, and dress. DW has about 14 pair of various.


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