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Old 11-06-2013, 12:22 PM   #15
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Thanks so much! Actually a lot of good comments in response to a similar question from new
hie "rcraig19". (And found. The name of someone in NC!!) I want to have my ducks-in-a-row. When I do find something!! Appreciate. It!!

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Hi Curly and from Dayton, OH. I hope you have great adventures and fun in your new found life. Enjoy it all!!

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Old 11-06-2013, 01:58 PM   #17
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Hi, ya 'll! New from NC. Birthday number 66 yesterday & ready for my next chapter. So much to do! I'm SDF -planning to go fulltime by fall ; purchase by summer. (Getting rid of stuff & then sell my townhouse).Was thinking class c because of easier to maneuver but starting to hear much more about class a. I'm into used $40k$50k Range. Sister moving to Tx from CA. so a great area to winter. Then back to NC Mtns. For summer near grandkids. I will need to workkamp. (Background in sales.) Did pop-up growing up & then tent camped at 31 with two boys to Grand Canyon. Can't wait for the adventure to begin. All the doubters get out of my way !!
Welcome and if I may say, Go and drive both the C and an A, you'll find that the Class A isn't that hard to drive and give you so much more room! Just my Opinion here!
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Old 11-11-2013, 06:49 PM   #18
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Then there's me! I had my RVcriteria list but couldn't find anything that met it. Went on Ebay and there it was!! The perfect Class C that I could afford if I could win the bid on it. However, it was in Tampa and I live in Oregon. After many emails and photo exchanges, I bid on it anyway and won the bid!! Bought it sight unseen. Yep! I freaked out and so did all my family and friends.. Flew to Tampa Florida and drove it home to Oregon with no problem.(did have it checked out real well before I left Florida for the trip, but a little too late for the sale decision). It has turned out to be the best deal ever. Just lucky. I am turning 65 in May and retiring. I will be jumping in that thing and headin out!! I am in major purging mode as I, too am going to sell my home. Trying to fit everything important in my RV. Amazing how much crap we acquire over the years.. I look around and it is all just "stuff". Most of it isn't important to me at all. I feel such a weight coming off.. My friends and family think I'm a bit nuts.. So watch out for me, we might run into one another!! Keep in touch!
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Old 11-12-2013, 10:48 AM   #19
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You are something, campfiregirl! I am moving slowly but surely with this venture! Went to another dealership last Friday, and I may go class A. I just think I will need the room. I am also looking at rigs in Florida. Probably not going to do anything til Spring. This going through stuff takes time...I can 't have a yardsale because not allowed by Home Owners Assoc. ....so either Craig's list (not so good) or consignment stores. Having worked in the Furniture industry & decorating it is hard to part...but it's all gotta go sometime...kids don't want it!
What did you end up getting with your Class C? I was pretty sold on that size for a while. I am leaning towards older Winnebagos & Fleetwoods. But of course that is subject to change!!
Yeah...thanks for the shout out. Let's keep in touch!!
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Old 11-12-2013, 11:02 AM   #20
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Welcome and if I may say, Go and drive both the C and an A, you'll find that the Class A isn't that hard to drive and give you so much more room! Just my Opinion here!
Thanks for your input! We certainly live in a great state for camping, don't we! I looked at a
Class A, last Friday. You are right...gonna be a better size for me. I plan on going back during a weekday & road test it. I am surprised at some of the used prices not too bad...Lots to research. I just finished reading "Buying a Used Motorhome" by Bill Myers. Very helpful. Hope to see you out there sometime!

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