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RE: RV Accident

... An 18-year-old Northwest College student driving a pickup was killed in a head-on collision Tuesday south of Meeteetse along with two French tourists in a Winnebago. Wyoming Highway Patrol Lt. Erin DeVries said Kolten Moss was driving south on WYO 120 at 12:10 p.m. when, around mile post 26, he began to veer off the road, overcorrected and went into the other lane of the two-lane highway, his Dodge Ram colliding with the couple in the RV heading north.... http://www.codyenterprise.com/news/local/article_cdd61e02-53cb-11e8-bb99-2789a35103a4.html
joanne0012 05/10/18 03:50pm General RVing Issues
RE: City water or On-board tank?

Put me in the "Always out of the tank, never hook up" category, partly to avoid risk of flooding but also because it's just simpler when you do it the same way all the time whether boondocking or in a campground with hookups. I rarely stay in a campground more than a couple of days, so sometimes I don't use the on-site water at all. It's simpler to take out the hose and fill the tank when needed, and immediately put the hose away. Also, if it's raining or cold or buggy or late on departure day, there's one less thing you have to mess around with when preparing for departure.
joanne0012 04/01/18 05:15pm Beginning RVing
RE: Going Full-Time RVing Question

There are literally scores of blogs by fulltimers who are doing exactly what you dream of. Here's one: http://www.interstellarorchard.com Start with her oldest posts and work forward; I think you'll get a lot out of the early posts where she describes her early decisions.
joanne0012 02/24/18 11:15am Full-time RVing
RE: Can a total RV newbie be a campground host?

For learning the driving and the basic systems management, a couple of hours at the most. Remember, first-timers buy or even rent these things and get by just fine with the very brief introductions from the dealers. The people-management skills that you used as a teacher, coach, and realtor are much more relevant for camp-hosting than your RV skills. You aren't going to be expected to drive anybody's RV or help them with it. When I graduated from tent camping to a Class C, it was just heaven!
joanne0012 06/19/17 08:36pm Beginning RVing
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