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Old 04-29-2014, 08:07 PM   #1
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Women interest thread ?

Greetings! Is there a specific thread for women? I love the advice I get from the guys, the great tips, and the seasoned experience from years of RVing.....etc..
But my wife is feeling a bit left out....we are new to RVing and have bunches of silly questions, so it is a bit awkward to say the least to ask for advice.

So here goes....Ladies, any advice to give to those women just starting out in the RV world??? And any threads to address the needs of our wives?

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Old 04-29-2014, 08:26 PM   #2
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You can try to go to the Search tab above, and type in a subject your wife may be interested in. If there is a thread started it will pop up. If she doesn't find anything of interest then she could start her own thread. Either way she'll enjoy it.


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Old 04-30-2014, 10:11 AM   #3
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There are a couple threads on the RV Lifestyles Forums under Hobbies passions and pastimes that she might check out. There is RV cooking, crochet, etc.
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Old 04-30-2014, 04:32 PM   #4
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DH & I both are on irv2. If your DW likes to be on the computer, head her this way! There are plenty of ladies on the forum. Like you, I've learned a lot here. I've gotten plenty of ideas for all sorts of interests - from cooking, re-decorating, places to visit or not see! And so much more! Hope to meet you both soon here on the forum!
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Old 04-30-2014, 10:17 PM   #5
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Have your wife set up her own account and let her ask away! there are threads on 'what to pack' and links to check off lists and all sorts of things. Before we started out, I was on here mostly reading and gathering links to bookmark for future reference, researching things to look for when looking at campers, things to take into consideration.... it's not just male centered, but any user of recreational vehicles. Encourage her to learn as much as she can... she'll help remind you not to drive off with the antenna up or the awning leg not firmly clipped to the side...
My goal was to get a unit I could do everything on. ok, Maybe not the engine maint. but set up, tear down, and basic things like lighting the fridge, hooking up the water, dumping the sewage, etc. I wanted to at least have head knowledge of things in case I was in the position of having to do it all myself. Tell her to jump in, the water's fine!
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