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Hello all😊


My name is Trish and I go by Stormywch 😁. I guess I am a wanna-gonnabe. I recently started working 2 jobs so I can begin saving for my forever home. As a child, we moved every 2-3 years because my dad was in the army. Well, guess what, I am 66 and still want to move around and see everything, and I still have it in my blood. So that is what I am planning on, just need to work as much as possible and save up.  Now my problem is, I can’t figure which one is for me. I love how spacious the 5th wheels are, but do not have a truck. I tend to lean towards the class c, only due to the cost of the class A. What do you think?



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Welcome aboard Patricia


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Thank you!☺️

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Hi Trish,

Welcome!

Fulltime RVing isn't too difficult- if I can do it anyone can.  It can be as expensive or inexpensive as your budget allows.

This is pretty much a pull behind forum but almost all solos I've met are in motorhomes.  This past winter I met my first two fulltime solos in NOT in  motorhomes.  One had an 18' bumper pull behind a pickup with a cap and the other a smallish fiberglass egg and a full size van.  My "C" is 28 feet and really is a little large for one but I couldn't find any nice shorter ones when I was shopping.

If you look at "A's" make sure you price tires and windshields too.  Class C's are simpler to work on.  For example, a local Walmart uses a pit rather a lift for oil changes.  My last two have been there.

There are a lot of "tricks" you pick up on the road to make your life easier and simpler and more satisfying.  My best advice is to start sooner rather than later.

Good Luck!

solo boondocker



-- Edited by solo boondocker on Thursday 12th of October 2017 05:48:04 AM

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Welcome Home Trish!

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Will you want a toad? If so make sure the A or C can pull it.

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