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RE: Advice from experienced workampers please

Bless and thank you you Sherry & Cheryl, encouragement certainly needed and appreciated!

The weather is finally  too beautiful to worry about one darn thing, it's summer in Oregon and it's the best Summer Concert week of the summer. So far this week 3 concerts down: Lisa Mann (Jazz in Newberg), Michael Allen (pianist in Sherwood, QuarterFlash (of I'm going to harden my heart fame) Tonight rock violinist Aaron Meyer! All free under our beautiful summer skies and great [ark venues!



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cherylbrv wrote:


You are only just one step away from where me and DH are (started almost 3 years ago). Need to sell the house first before we can buy our new home on wheels. We're not on the market yet as we still need to do a bit more cosmetic upgrades to make it more attractive (otherwise, we'd end up selling an "as is" house and not even make enough to pay off the mortgage). It just takes so much time and money.

But I refuse to give up The Dream! Every day I participate in this forum and I continue my research; there's always more to learn. I look at floorplans and photos and imagine living there. Even when I wash my dishes or clean the house, I imagine that I am doing so in the RV and try to picture how I would do things differently. I feel that if I didn't do this, the dream would slowly start to slip away and I don't want that to ever happen! I want this lifestyle and it WILL happen when it's meant to.

Good luck to you!

 biggrin Cheryl: Love your upbeat attitude; The Rv life will come to you. You are very positive and this is what it takes!!! Go Girl!!!


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