Some say we are living the dream life full-time RVing - we won't argue that -- we love the RVing lifestyle.
RVing Women (RVW) PO Box 1940 Apache Junction, AZ 85117-1940 Phone: 888-557-8464 E-mail: [email protected]: RVing Women --- Loners On Wheels (Lo W) Lo W is an international singles RV club.
They have been serving single campers and travelers since 1969.
Their website says they are a club of "mingling singles." Loners on Wheels (Lo W) 1795 O'Kelley Road, SE Deming, NM 88030 Message: 575-544-7303 FAX: 575-546-1350 Toll Free Message 1-866-LOW-CLUB (569-2582) Website: Loners on Wheels --- Wandering Individuals Network (WIN) This quote is from Dorothy Prince, Founder of WIN, "When we gather it is to share happy times and sad; to share know-how; to help one another; to allow others the space to be themselves, without criticism; to enjoy activities or to bow out for whatever reason." Their website describes them as being a single's network organization of high energy and active members.
Wandering Individuals Network (WIN) PO Box 6068 Pahrump NV 89041-6068 Website: RV Singles --- In addition to these groups for singles, some of the general recreational vehicle related groups have chapters or sub-groups for singles.
RV Life and Travel is our website about RVs, RVing, our RV travels, and our life as extended time and full-time RVers.
We invite you to follow along on our adventures and everyday life in our motorhome and travel trailer camper (yes, we have both), as we explore the USA living in a recreational vehicle.
I've traveled around the world by myself and lived on my own in the stix and brix. Also, I always feel better when I travel by myself having On Star.
Nice thing about a mobile lifestyle is if you find you don't like the neighborhood, just move! Carol I plan on having Good Sam or something similar - roadside assistance - in addition to the roadside assistance I have separately thru another policy. I'm not sure if there's any way to make that happen with a MH. While this hint comes from a married guy, it is still something to consider, IF you go with a truck and fifth wheel. If you go with the fifth wheel, choose your fifth wheel first and find out what its Gross Vehicular Weight Rating (GVWR) is BEFORE choosing a truck.
We plan to stop by 2 or 3 pm and usually make our destination by 4 or 5 pm even with unexpected delays.
A good roadside assistance program and perhaps AAA in your case will help alleviate concerns of breakdowns.
Same things I do now, driving around our area in my car.