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Posted: 10/31/19 06:41pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Bill, I was going to delete that
post, but hoped a member would have a great reply....thanks


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Before giving advice I'd like to know what was wrong with Florida.

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Hope your not replying to me as I've already answered this.

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It's been answered by many.
I can start a new list and others can jump in if you like.
Too hot.
Too humid.
Too many bugs.
God's waiting room.
Too many reckless old folks behind the wheel.
Did I mention the bugs? Love bugs twice a year are the worst other than the killer skeeters that keep you indoors all mornings and all evenings.


What I post is my 2 cents and nothing more. Please don't read anything into my post that's not there. If you disagree, that's OK.
Can't we all just get along?

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I think you've covered it Bill, but you forgot, one thing, there is no vertical relief either.

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I've spent many a winter in southern AZ, specifically Yuma. I found winters there to be near perfect, with plenty of sun and mild temperatures. Many home owners have fruit trees in their yards, bursting with sweet oranges, tangerines, grapefruits, lemons, etc.
There are plenty of RV parks to choose from, and I suggest reserving before the snowbird rush begins.

A good second choice is the small town of Wellton, just a few easy miles east of Yuma. I've stayed there many times, also. It's an easy drive to Yuma for shopping purposes,and a small supermarket is located nearby. There are several RV parks in the area, and they may be cheaper than those in Yuma. Boondocking in the desert outside of town may also be possible, but last time I was there it appeared the county was beginning to limit it (that was about 7 or 8 yrs ago).

I'm in Tucson now, also a nice place for the winter, and there is a mobile home park nearby that caters to RVers.


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Before giving advice I'd like to know what was wrong with Florida.

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Thanks Mr Ed, would you have the name to that mobile home park in Tuscon?

Also, to Ghooos, I think that ship has sailed.

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luvmydogs wrote:

Thanks Mr Ed, would you have the name to that mobile home park in Tuscon?

Also, to Ghooos, I think that ship has sailed.


I drive past the park frequently. Next time I do, I'll get the info for you. I did notice that there is a space open at this moment where I've seen motor homes before, although it may be reserved already. It appears to be a well maintained place.

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ghooos wrote:

Before giving advice I'd like to know what was wrong with Florida.


How many times are you going to post this same thing? Can you not read?

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