Hello! I'm new to this site! We've been RVing for a little less than two years now. We jumped in with both feet as first timers not knowing ANYTHING, and decided to take our family of five and live full time in our camper! Lol! We have learned a LOT, mostly through trial and error. We couldn't find a camper that fit our needs, so I had one custom built into what I thought would be perfect for us. Needless to say, hindsight is 20/20, and there are now a few things I would go even further to change, since we are currently full timers. It has been an adventure! I'm looking forward to talking with others who have been doing this longer!!
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Welcome to the forum. Lots of good info here. It sound like quite the adventure and that you have the number one asset needed. ATTITUDE. A positive attitude is so important as you travel about. Do keep us posted on your adventure.
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