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Old 04-23-2014, 01:04 AM   #1
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Howdy..from Central Texas

Joined a while back. Have 1999 34' Airstream for a year.. We are figuring out how we might FT and may work hosts if available.

Thanks for reading and if you have experience to share please do!

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Howdy and welcome aboard. Glad you joined us. You should find plenty of info in the Fulltimers and Workampers forums on the site. Good luck and hope you enjoy the fulltiming lifestyle. Enjoy!
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Hi I'm north of you on 35W I'm in Buda all time
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We have been full time for just shy of a year now and enjoying it. I think yo will find the Airstream a bit short of storage, especially exterior storage. We had a 35' 1989 Avion (silver) and decided there was just not enough room.

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Joined a while back. Have 1999 34' Airstream for a year.. We are figuring out how we might FT and may work hosts if available.

Thanks for reading and if you have experience to share please do!

Peace and Blessings!
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I was going to refer you to TXiceman but see he's already responded. Check out Texas Boomers and join us for a rally sometime.
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Thanks for the warm welcome!

Currently we are not full time. Would like to be when we work out some thing life throws at ya.

Txiceman, my creative wife has places for all we "need"...overflow into truck bed if course is hers (ours). We have made a couple of one week trips with only "struggles" being to have a "wash day"... And I miss my workshop . Of course we had to make adjustments.
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CW, I was born, maybe hatched in Georgetown, TX. Two weeks back we were at Cedar Breaks COE park on Lake Georgetown.

I had a nice work shop behind the garage, but alas, it had to go with the house. I thinned out the tools to what I wanted to have on hand and could carry in the truck with a small set of packaged hand tools in the trailer.

Have you found the Escapees in Livingston, Texas. A good group to join for full timers?

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