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Old 08-13-2008, 06:41 AM   #1
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My husband contracts to a firm that works with FEMA, so we go where they call us to. He works a few months then we play a few months. We probably picked the wrong RV for full timing, but ignorance is bliss. So if we can hang for a year with this we will be trading in or selling and making a new purchase. That is one reason why I am joining this forum, to get in put from the experienced full timers
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Old 08-13-2008, 06:41 AM   #2
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Hello fellow RVer's
This is 1husband1wife3Boston's1Chihuahua here
Ford F250 diesel with tow package SWB
Keystone Cougar 5th wheel 2008 purchased in March 2008- so yes we are new.
My husband contracts to a firm that works with FEMA, so we go where they call us to. He works a few months then we play a few months. We probably picked the wrong RV for full timing, but ignorance is bliss. So if we can hang for a year with this we will be trading in or selling and making a new purchase. That is one reason why I am joining this forum, to get in put from the experienced full timers
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Welcome to iRV2! You will find that once everyone gets home that they will be chiming in to welcome you also!
Congrats on your new 5er...and yes...if you want people's opinions on what is right as far as fulltiming or just plain camping...you have come to the right place...we will all give you an opinion-whether it is right or wrong for you...just remember to weigh everything out & look at it in your own situation.

You may also want to visit the Full-timers Forum. You will find it farther down the list of forums. You will also find the Travel Trailers & 5TH Wheels group of forums that may also be helpful to you.

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