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Hello everyone.  We are very happy to be here. My wife and I just got a 2018 Forest River Forester 3271s. It is our first motorhome and first time camping since tent camping around the Southeast during our honeymoon 41 years ago.

My wife is retired and I guess I am to. I've been working as a contractor for different companies doing work for a government agency. The contract ran out and I haven't been picked up yet by the new company. Maybe I will and maybe I won't. The work was telecommuting so it doesn't matter. I've always wanted to travel so now we are going to see the country. 


2014 Canyon Star 3940

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If you get back to telecommuting you will need good internet while on the road.  This overview is a good start, https://www.rvmobileinternet.com/overview/.  It is not as simple as being in a house.  


Bill Joyce,
40' 2004 Dutch Star DP towing an AWD 2020 Ford Escape Hybrid
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Power is an issue too. Consider a solar system.


Winnebago TT 2101DS & 2020 Silverado LTZ Z71. 300 watts WindyNation solar w/MPPT, 2 Trojan T-125s. TALL flag pole. Prefer USFS, COE, BLM, USF&WS, NPS, TVA, state/county camps. 14 year Army vet-11B40 then 11A - old MOS 1542 & 1560.

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