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Old 05-19-2015, 02:17 PM   #1
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Hi, my name is Andi and I'm getting ready to pick up a Jayco 34RSBS. Just sold my house and I'm going to live in my RV in an RV Park in St Aug Beach. I'm a single female and taking care of a house by myself was not easy. All my money was being sucked into fixing things. I'm hoping I can handle an RV on my own. Any and all advise would be greatly appreciated. I'm a computer geek and I've been all over Google doing research. Your forum has helped me relax a bit. Thank you. ~ Miss Andi
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Welcome to the forum....enjoy your new home.
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Old 05-19-2015, 03:28 PM   #3
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Congratulations on the new home and welcome to the forum.
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Old 05-19-2015, 03:30 PM   #4
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Welcome and enjoy your new home. Looks like it will be comfortable.

I've learned alot from this forum about dealing with the trailer and am always saying to my husband, "this is what you need to do". Now he comes to me with the issues and asks if I come across it on the forum.

Knowledge is power and so is this forum. Lots of people always on and willing to help out with any issues.
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Congrats Andi! And welcome.
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Hi, my name is Andi and I'm getting ready to pick up a Jayco 34RSBS. Just sold my house and I'm going to live in my RV in an RV Park in St Aug Beach. I'm a single female and taking care of a house by myself was not easy. All my money was being sucked into fixing things. I'm hoping I can handle an RV on my own. Any and all advise would be greatly appreciated. I'm a computer geek and I've been all over Google doing research. Your forum has helped me relax a bit. Thank you. ~ Miss Andi
Andi,

Check out some of the Youtube videos. DW and I watch them daily (on a variety of topics) and there's quite a few good ones on Full Timing, How To's, etc. Check out RVGeeks, Pipi Peterson, and others. Some will give you a chuckle while others will teach you some real lessons learned that you can apply to your situation. You can learn quite a bit while being entertained.

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Welcome to this forum and good for you taking the plunge in RV full timing.
Keep us posted how well this adventure goes for you.
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Welcome to JOF and congratulations on the new home. There are many here who can help you with the basics. remember to weigh all advise cause there are many ways to do the same thing in a rv, so you can pick the ones you like best.

Also feel welcome to join in, you may be living our dream!
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welcome and good luck with full timing .... hope you have better luck keeping up with smaller newer quarters
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Welcome to the forum and congrats on your move to your new home.
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