"She who must be obeyed" and I wanted to say thanks to the RV community for the knowledge we've gained, reading the questions and answers on this web site.
Like many, we talked and discussed and made rational decisions about what we were going to get, and then were swept off our feet by a 2005 Winnie Adventurer 37B. And now we are edging our way into fulltime RV living, and currently workkamping in Morro Bay, CA. So while "Swmbo" (Val) regards this as an adventure, I see it as a full time maintenance task.
My part time contract jobs around the US, and Vals on-line teaching job seem to be made for the lifestyle, so we will see in the next few years what happens to the stick condo, how small the rented storage space gets and if we can keep a sweet cat and a grumpy pet rabbit in our RV life.
The knowledge we have gained from this community has been invaluable, from what to do when the shuttle valve didn't cooperate on the HWH jacks to where they put the battery charger and what's this second compressor thing on the air conditioner.
We hope we can be contributers too, when there is something asked that we have had to fix.
Val & Starsekr
2005 Winnie Adventurer 37 Workhorse and a not ready for toad time 2014 Forester
in Morro Bay, CA this month.