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Old 10-21-2011, 03:48 PM   #1
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Hi to all! I'm so happy to have found these forums and have been soaking up the opinions and information from all of you...thanks so much! I will be retiring when I sell my house and have been researching the full-time rv'ing lifestyle. I do not yet have an RV but have researching class b's and small class c's. I will be travelling with a pretty large (96 lb dog) and a cat. I am considering the Winnebago View and would love to hear the pros and cons from others.
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Hi to all! I'm so happy to have found these forums and have been soaking up the opinions and information from all of you...thanks so much! I will be retiring when I sell my house and have been researching the full-time rv'ing lifestyle. I do not yet have an RV but have researching class b's and small class c's. I will be travelling with a pretty large (96 lb dog) and a cat. I am considering the Winnebago View and would love to hear the pros and cons from others.
I have an Itasca Impulse Silver and I absolutely love it. I love the Winnebago quality they are one of the best RV's you can buy for the money, I would look at a slightly larger RV if you have a big dog as full timing you might want the space, for storing you're stuff.
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Welcome to the forum. We used to travel in a 31' class C with 2 dogs, one was over 70 lbs. The class C was more than enough room. Could have even been smaller. Both our dogs found their favorite spots and stayed there most of the time so size wasn't much of an issue.
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