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  • RVillage RVoices
    RVillage RVoices Full Time RVers:
    January 14, 2020We all know the many advantages of going full-time. As a reality-check for the newbies and to-be full timers, what are some of your less than perfect moments on the road as full-timers? Be honest :)
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      Cinn January 14, 2020 Having to use public laundromats! That takes some getting used to.
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      Linda Cook January 14, 2020 I took out a water spigot at a campground when backing in and concentrating on avoiding the trees on both sides   Water everywhere 😧
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      Linda Cook January 14, 2020 And making the bed.....
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        Lanky007 January 17, 2020 oh yeah...I consider this my daily dose of exercise...lol
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      Paul & Kay Legare January 14, 2020 Time away from family.
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      Brian & Mary Alyce January 14, 2020 The weather in the spring and fall when we travel between our summer and winter destinations can be challenging. Dodging storms, flooding and high winds. We have had to wait it out or change routes a number of times over the years which all worked out fi...  more
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        Cinn January 14, 2020 Yes, I find spring travel to be very challenging. The weather is so unpredictable then.
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        Rich & Pat Tardell January 14, 2020 But being FT, you can easily reroute or park and wait for better weather conditions. Relax and enjoy your trip.
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      BLSMSS (Brenda &Marc) January 14, 2020 Cinn was right , laundry mats. Someone thought it was their machine and put bleach in my darks. We have our own since then. Then having a flat where you couldn’t get over much on a knoll as the truckers wouldn’t get over even with warning signs. Lastly, s...  more
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      Patte M January 14, 2020 I agree with Cinn, getting used to a laundromat.
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      wannabervin January 14, 2020 Getting caught without a plan on where to stay on 3 day holiday weekends.
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      Skylar January 14, 2020 Breaking down on the road far away from home or any of the mechanics you’re familiar with. Also one of the things I miss most is my washer & dryer. Most RV parks, even the best ones, usually don’t have enough washers & dryers. So I go to laundromats. To a...  more
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        TheClearyClan January 14, 2020 When we hit a  laundromat we use three or four machines at the same time. We do not have a toad, so finding one with a big parking lot is difficult at times.


        Bob
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      Brian & Mary Alyce January 14, 2020 Brian says”There is no adventure without adversity “😁
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      Beans and I on the Loose January 14, 2020 Rear tire blowout in Nowhere, Wyoming. Frayed serpatine belt cutting through the transmission cooler line in Nowhere, Arizona.  It always happens in Nowhere.  But on a day to day basis I'd have to agree with the laundromats.  Always an unfo...  more
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        BLSMSS (Brenda &Marc) January 14, 2020 Were you in Kansas when you saw the cows?😉 . We say that when the crazy’s down here wreck on a dusting. Hate to see them in 6”-1’ of snow.
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        Cinn January 15, 2020 Wow, cows blowing horizontal!
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      Reina - 2Nomads.Today January 14, 2020 We ignored severe weather alerts in Madison, Wisconsin and 10 minutes later wind gusts torned apart our awning. lesson learned!!!
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      Karen Grace January 15, 2020 Driving too long in one day (so tired) and then GPS being wrong and ending up in a no turn around place.  Had to unhook our toad in the dark and we weren't straight so it wouldn't unhook...and the campground was closing for the night shortly.  V...  more
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      Lanky007 January 15, 2020 I miss a bathtub most of all......long hot soaks are no longer an option unless we treat ourselves to the occasional hotel room.....
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      Michele Kassahn January 16, 2020 Buried the truck in the culvert first time parking at home base. Did not realize how soft the driveway was and how much rock I needed to improve it for that super heavy 5th wheel.
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      Michele Kassahn January 16, 2020 Our tub is great for bathing the dogs...
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      Dottie & Victor Hagood January 18, 2020 In 2011, first trip cross-country, using cellphone navigation which turned out to be unreliable, I led my husband, the driver into a very bad situation in Arkansas.  The Navigation system was totally lost on getting us to a RV park.    We e...  more
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      Diane Leddy and Larry Gibson January 18, 2020 Being behind a truck that jack knifed and also being blown almost off the road while passing a semi! Wowza! Those were the most memorably scary things that happened to us on our last trip! We had some tire issues but they were resolved before anything maj...  more
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        TheClearyClan January 18, 2020 Anytime I go somewhere I have not been to before, I fly over it with Google Earth and if possible drop down to street view to read the signs for clearances and weight restrictions. It can be frustrating when Google fuzzes out the signs.


        Bob
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        BLSMSS (Brenda &Marc) January 18, 2020 That’s what we do but haven’t seen google fuzzing out ours.
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        TheClearyClan January 18, 2020 @BLSMSS, this is in my stomping grounds, so I know that yellow sign on the bridge says 12'0".


        Bob
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        BLSMSS (Brenda &Marc) January 18, 2020 We have a lot of those in NY, we can’t fit under. Mostly railroad overpasses
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        Rich & Pat Tardell January 18, 2020 BLSMSS anything called a Parkway around New York City has a clearance between 6ft and 8ft.
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        BLSMSS (Brenda &Marc) January 18, 2020 We avoid the city with our rig, we are from NY. We have been to the city several times in our lives. There’s a Parkway in Syracuse that’s just less then 11 and a double decker tried and killed people. We map and use google street when we travel
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