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Old 06-14-2006, 11:35 PM   #1
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My wife and I are in the dreaming and planning stages on our way to retirement. We have about 10 years to but are really looking forward to the day. We are in the preliminary stages of heading toward rving full time as we don't want the responsibility of taking of a house anymore. It will be too time consuming and expensive to allow us to travel. We will be popping in periodically to ask questions and keep abreast of the changes in the rv lifestyle and industry. I've been here before and this the best (only?) site of its kind. very helpful and the experience here is priceless.
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Old 06-14-2006, 11:35 PM   #2
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My wife and I are in the dreaming and planning stages on our way to retirement. We have about 10 years to but are really looking forward to the day. We are in the preliminary stages of heading toward rving full time as we don't want the responsibility of taking of a house anymore. It will be too time consuming and expensive to allow us to travel. We will be popping in periodically to ask questions and keep abreast of the changes in the rv lifestyle and industry. I've been here before and this the best (only?) site of its kind. very helpful and the experience here is priceless.
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Old 06-15-2006, 12:12 AM   #3
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future5ers, welcome to iRV2.com. We are glad to have you join us here and we look forward to reading of your posts. Thank you for the cudo's and we will try to continue providing what the RV enthusiest is looking for. Good luck in your quest and enjoy!
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Hello "future5ers",

Welcome to iRV2, we're really glad to have you here as a new member and are looking forward to reading your posts about planning for your upcoming RVing experiences and adventures. You'll find a great bunch of folks on this site who are very knowledgeable of RVing, the rigs we use, and the places we go in them.

As you'll see, they're eager to help and share their knowledge and experiences with others.

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Old 06-15-2006, 05:45 AM   #5
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Welcome to IRV2 site
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future5ers, welcome aboard, ask as many questions as you like, the forum will try to steer you on a straight coarse, it's a big decision to go fulltiming and it's never to early to start your planning. Ed.S
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Like they all say we are here to help before you plank that check down on your future home.
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Well, thankyou all for the warm welcome. I'll do my best to ask all the right questions as I'm sure over the next years there should be many. I'll se if I can get my wife, Jacki, to chime in as she sees neccessary. Maybe she can get into the copilots forum. Although I really think that has to be a misnomer. I was at a truckstop in Oregon, pulled in next to a really motor coach. In the door was a sign that read "home is where my wife tells me to park it". That seems about right. In conversation with them I learned they are full timers and have been for 11 years. I would have liked to gabbed with them more but they had to go and get their "camp" set up for the summer.
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