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  • Valerie robertson
    Valerie robertsonNew RVillagers Group:
    February 15, 2019Hi, I’m a widow, 66 years old. I’m thinking of retiring and hitting the road. I’ve done a little research on what kind of RV I want. Thinking of a class C. I would love your options on one, a woman traveling alone and two on the RV itself. Thank you in advance.
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    • Valerie robertson
      Maxine February 15, 2019 do it!!!  You will love it!
    • Valerie robertson
      Micinvegas February 15, 2019 I am 67 and leave April 8th. Scared and excited. I chose a TT because I want to disconnect and not drive an RV around.
    • Valerie robertson
      Myhappymysunshine February 15, 2019 Hello Valerie, We admire you for wanting to start your new journey traveling. One extremely important thing we would say, after learning the hard way ourselves, is no matter what kind of rv you are looking to purchase, before you sign anything, make sure ...  more
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      • Valerie robertson
        Harold & Sharon February 16, 2019 I just want to thank you for this response. My husband and I are just in the preparation of looking for what is going to be the best fit for us. Your post is extremely helpful as we begin, and hopefully we will learn from your experiences. We wish ...  more
    • Valerie robertson
      The RVillager February 15, 2019 Valerie, welcome to the village. We encourage you to join a women's group like this one: www.rvillage.com/group/2334/women-who-rv.  In order to better answer your question about what type of rig to purchase, it will...  more
    • Valerie robertson
      Happy Wanders February 15, 2019 Just remember to be safe and careful of who you befriend. But you will have a good time and there are a lot of single ladies that do fine 
    • Valerie robertson
      TheClearyClan February 15, 2019 We rented four times before buying. I suggest renting different classes and types for long weekends to see what you like or not, what you can handle or not. We have four daughters and seven grandkids, so we bought a Super-C, 32' lon...  more
    • Valerie robertson
      Vanessa on the road February 15, 2019 Welcome to the single ladies hitting the road.  I retired two years earlier than planned, last June, and have been on the road since Halloween.  My house sold the first day.  A few suggestions 1.  Take a bootcamp (Escapees) or R...  more
    • Valerie robertson
      Happywanderah February 16, 2019 Hi Valerie, join the FB group "Road Widows Road Warriors"    Also they have a group on this site!! Very supportive and helpful group!! Hope to see you in the  groups and sometime on the road, I am in the planning stage too!!  lo...  more
    • Valerie robertson
      Andy & Maureen T February 16, 2019 You go girl!!! So far you seem to be doing everything right = Research and asking questions of other RVer's. Know what you want before investing in your future. Just remember, have fun and be safe.
    • Valerie robertson
      Lois Z/Dog is Bumpa February 16, 2019 Research Research and Research some more! Important question to ask yourself (about RV type) 1) Cooking space. 2) Storage space. 3) towing a car. I was convinced I would get a Class B until I actually got into one (way too small). I ended up gettin...  more
    • Valerie robertson
      Kathy & Jon February 16, 2019 We all are different and have things that are most important to us.  My wife and I each made a list of 10 things in order of importance, that we thought were necessary or wants.  That provided us with a good direction for which RV's would work f...  more
    • Valerie robertson
      Wandering Odyssey February 16, 2019 Each person's needs in a unit are different.  From our time in a travel trailer, my husband and I found out what was important to each of us (Him: a comfortable place to sit and wide enough for two people to pass each other - Me: No hitching and unhi...  more
    • Valerie robertson
      Tim & Cheryl Goodell February 16, 2019 Check out "Sisters on the Fly".
    • Valerie robertson
      SoloSteve February 16, 2019 If you have not yet, I would recommend you rent and try if possible. Space that looks adequate short term can get very confining if you’re in one spot for a season. Good luck, and happy trails!
    • Valerie robertson
      Motorhome RVR (a.k.a. Cracker Box Palace) February 16, 2019 Good choice. I'm wanting to get another Class C myself. My husband likes the "A". We had a C before, no slides, and it was great for the two of us. Consider what you want to tow with it, a dolly, trailer or 4 down. Or don't tow. Lots of nice B+ out now also.
    • Valerie robertson
      SouthParkSteve February 16, 2019 Obviously everyone has a personal preference as to types of rigs.  My preference (I am a solo traveler--not full time) is for a towable.  Since I travel alone, the ability to do things like get up and use the bathroom, make a sandwich, etc., is ...  more
    • Valerie robertson
      RVCRUISER August 26, 2020 We had a Class B+, Winnebago Cambria. It would make a good ride for someone like yourself. Compact yet plenty of room and storage. 
    • Valerie robertson
      RVCRUISER August 26, 2020 Tows well and great to drive. Took it to the East Coast from Nevada
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