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    RVillage RVoices Full Time RVers:
    June 22Which type of RV did YOU choose? Have you changed RVs over the years and why? What are the pros and cons to the different sizes and styles of RVs? Share your experiences in the comments below!
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      Dreamers and Travelers/ Tom & Prescott June 22 Started in my youth with parents in VW Westfalia. Hated how everything had to put away to go adventuring for the day. As adult traveled coast to coast in 24' travel trailer. Traded a year later for Savoy 28' 5th Wheel then after 10 yrs traded for a ...  more
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      Beechbaby June 22 We are new to fulltiming, just passed our 1 year anniversary, and travel in a Solitude 375RES. We decided to go this route after about 2 years of research for several reasons. The 2 biggest reasons are having a vehicle to use while we're seeing an area wi...  more
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      BLSMSS June 22 Can’t say ours are the best, but great for us. We have a 2014 Keystone Montana 3850FL here in Upstate NY. It was our first RV we purchased when we went Full Time. Love the front LR and large back bedroom. My husband wanted to take his tools with him but h...  more
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      Cinn June 22 As a solo traveler, a small class C is all I need. I also tow a small car so I don't have to break camp and bring the whole house to shop or do laundry. When I retire I will probably downsize to a high-clearance truck camper to get me down those best boon...  more
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      Benji June 22 Tent, tent-trailer, truck camper and adding backpacking to get more secluded
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      murphmurphys June 23 Started out with a 2014 Jayco 30 ft. TT. Had a few bad experiences with it and decided to move on to a fifth wheel so we purchased a 2017 Heartland Toyhauler so we can bring our golf cart along with us. and we love it and so far have had no major problems with it.
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      beyondskp June 23 Converted Mercedes Benz Sprinter long-wheelbase, extended body cargo van. Designed for full-time boondocking. Two-wheel drive but with pretty high clearance, towing a 2-door Jeep Wrangler to get out to the really wild places. It's amazing though the crazy...  more
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      Russell & Linda June 24 we've had eight RVs over the years, 2 fivers, 2 diesel pushers, 1 front diesel super C, small class C, travel trailer, gas class A.  Each served it's purpose and was excellent, except for the super C, too much engine noise, bought brand new, took a b...  more
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      Randy Chico Johnson June 24 Started with a popup camper, had that for about 7 years. Next we bought a 20 foot camper and stayed in that while we built our present home. That got to be to small so bought a 35 foot class A. Drove that until I had my bypass. Then we bought our current...  more
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      KimmerKatz June 24 This is my 1st RV - Just celebrated my 1 yr F/T Solo "Nomadiversary" - I am thankful and blessed to have made this leap of faith - I have never regretted my RV decision - of course I did a ton of research, and attended RV Classes - visited many dealers bo...  more
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      Dusty & Tic June 24 We started with a 40ft class A diesel pusher. Pluses were the roominess and that it was quiet while driving down the road. Minuses were size and cost if annual maintenance. We kept that for 6 years then changed to a 33ft Super C. Amazed at the storage roo...  more
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      Tawné June 24 Just bought my first RV in April. It’s a new-to-me 30ft Class C. I’ve been going to shows and reading Motorhome magazines for a lot of years and the dream is finally coming true! Taking my first trip in it next week! So much to learn! Luckily I have an RV...  more
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      Fred & Jeanice Crowley June 24 We are full-time travelers. Sold our house, furniture, cars, everything, 6 years ago. We purchased new, a 2014 43' 5th wheel, that we haul with (now) a 2018 Ford F-350 diesel dually. This was the 1st time we were ever in an RV. We love having the space th...  more
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        BLSMSS June 24 You can go in the State Parks for the day by car. That’s what we do. Last one we went to, drove our truck to it, left RV in a Park. I was on crutches then. We enjoyed seeing what we did.
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      Mike & Joan S June 24 When we decided to go fulltime we first thought about how much travel we would be doing. Did we want to find favorite spots to spend several months at a time or did we want to spend more time traveling and seeing this beautiful nation of ours. We chose mo...  more
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      SCOOTER June 25 Chose wisely. Open your eyes . Sit down in all the seating area. Lay down in the sleeping areas sounds silly but check out the the toliet sit down see if you have room to do your duty. Touch every thing to see if these features suit you and your family....  more
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      joe and Helen June 25 We still consider ourselves new to rv world. Been rv'ing for 7 yrs now. we first started with a small 25' Used TT from a private owner. We wanted to be sure we  would like this before spending lots of money on a newer TT. Reason we chose TT was we di...  more
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      SCOOTER June 25 Our first RV was a 40 ft class A there were No slides, a RV queen bed that was too small for 2 and a dog, and a bathroom that was a bit smaller than a phone booth. We were working at purchase time and travels for work. When we reached retirement time and ...  more
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      Wildwood Corgis June 25 Our first (and so far only) RV is a Class A: Newmar Kountry Star 3910 diesel pusher.  We are FullTimers and also run our business from our coach, everything is deductible for the Mobile Office!
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      David Bowles June 25 Like most FT RVers I started with a new 5ver which was a pos. Traded it in on a brand new Domani 5ver the fancy highdollar one that broke Carriage, back in 2008. Sold it and purchased a good used 5ver that gave me no trouble. Lesson learned new means noth...  more
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      AbbysRoadTrip June 25 We chose a 7yr old beautiful CL A.  Had two 5ers but grew tired of the tail wag.  That and we were doing a lot of boondocking and found the CL A easier.  Also much less time needed to set up and take down.
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      RV-Therapy June 25 We have done it all...from backpack back country camping under the stars, tent camping for 30+ years out of the back of a motorcycle, pop-up camper with our kids to our current, more comfortable class A. Our needs and desires have evolved with our years. ...  more
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      Susan M. Davis June 25 I chose a 38' Class A even though with when we started 6 kids, 4 cats and 2 dogs and me it was a little cramped it was our best choice and I'd do it again.  The why comes up so many times and there are so many things I considered that I wrote a blog ...  more
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      jkoenig24 June 25 My first RV was a 2010, 17' Casita Spirit Deluxe Travel Trailer that I could pull with the minivan I then owned. It was a WONDERFUL way to "test the waters" re the RV lifestyle as it cost < $20,000.00.My first trek was to attend the Burning Man event in A...  more
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      S&T June 25 Our First RV was 2011 A-liner 18ft pop up camper...got us into the traveling camper style camping mode and since then have not tent camped - plus we were getting older and the tent camping became challenging...we recently this February 2020, upgraded to F...  more
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      Lisa W June 25 Our first RV, 20 years ago was an old class C that never made it out of our yard. I had big plans to fix it up, but it never came to be. After that we got a bigger and somewhat newer Class C Coachman. Used that one whole we still had kids around. Then we ...  more
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      Ken & Marie June 25 Started with a 25 foot travel trailer (TT) with one bump out, plenty of storage space but very dark, very few windows.  After a year, we bought a 30 foot TT with 2 bump outs, rear living room with a picture window, fireplace and center island.  ...  more
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      Mary Lynn and Steve M & M June 25 After decades of tent-camping, our first RV was a 25’ Class A (Winnebago Via). When we went full-time, we traded up to a 40’ Class A - although the back 10’ is a garage! (It’s a Newmar Canyon Star 3920.) Everyone’s needs are different and each will prefer...  more
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      Luciamanuela June 25 First and second were Class C, about 40 years ago. Then a 27´ Class A Winnebago Chieftain, one of the best rigs we had. Traded for a 32´ Chieftain because daughter was getting too heavy for the pull down bed, we went to Alaska with that. Then a 34´ Winneb...  more
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      Jane&Dick June 26 First time was a 25’ Jayco Redhawk Class C- total newbies who lived previously on a 37’ sailboat for 17 years, so I was in awe of the roominess of the Jayco. However after just one year of full time RVing we decided it was too small and knew we wanted som...  more
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      Travel'n Texans (Sam and Cindy) June 26 I grew up camping in RV's. First a Pop up, then a Travel Trailer, then into a 5th wheel. The first RV that Cindy and I bought was a 34 ft. class A Pace Arrow. We sold it after a few years. The we thought we would try a class C. We bought a 28 ft Sh...  more
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      BJP23 June 26 We started with a used 26 foot travel trailer just to see if we liked the RV life. We did, but I told my husband that if he wanted me to live in an RV 5-6 months a year, we needed something bigger. We traded in the travel trailer on a new 2014 Newmar gas ...  more
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      Hoosier Roadies- Dave & Barb Reberg July 13 We chose a motorhome...a diesel pusher. After four brand new motorhomes, we got it right. Let’s put it this way, we worked our way up. Starting with a class C, then class A gas, a little bit larger class A gas. We loved our last 2017 Gas motorhome, but si...  more
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