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Old 05-23-2012, 07:16 AM   #1
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We (Husband and Wife) recently bought a 2000 Bounder 39z and have been outfitting it to become fulltimers. Our house will be listed for sale 6-1-12 and we are very much looking forward to getting on the road. Fortunatley, I have space in a warehouse that I own to be able to store all of our "THINGS" that I am sure we will never need anyway. It makes my Wife feel better to know she still has her things!

I have installed 2 cat access areas to lower compartments and outfitted them with litter boxes. I have yet to screen/mesh the door openings, but should have that completed soon.

I have been reading on this forum ALOT and I figured it's about time I joined.

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Hi to both, and welcome! I'm a newbie myself and have not even taken my first trip. It may take a while as you have observed, but new horizons await.

Very best of luck, and keep in touch.

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Hi Ted and Theresa! Welcome to IRV2. We recently completed our first year fulltiming, and we have loved it. Sure hope you do too.
I am curious about the cat access and litter box. Can you post a picture? The cat box has been our biggest problem. Have fun and safe travels.
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Sent you a PM about cat stuff, any words of wisdom for new fulltimers?
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The one thing we really messed up on was on our cross country trip. We had plenty of time but still hurried. We would drive 4-5 days then stop for a couple. Cost us a fortune in gas and cost more for campgrounds. The weekly rates are much better than daily. We just didn't take the time to really 'see' the country. Next time we will know better.
One of the smarter things we did was attend the National IRV2 Rally. Learned from the seminars and talking to other RVers. Met alot of great people and have been able to camp with some of them again, and have become close friends with some.
I keep up with them on email and facebook. Would love to meet you on the road someday.
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