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- Print Length: 87 pages
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- Publisher: Bumpity Bump Publishing (October 11, 2011)
- Publication Date: October 11, 2011
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B005V1GITK
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I enjoyed this writer's style of writing, but probably would have enjoyed reading this book if she had also written more chapters similar to Chapter 15, in which she reversed her tack and stated what to do.
However, I also got some discouraging news regarding a motor home I recently purchased. That is my old coach gets vapor locked and, probably, this will be a frequent issue. Unless, that is, I can find good advice to solving this issue.
So glad I picked this up, because it highlights the kind of things you cannot even imagine if you have never owned and traveled in an RV before. I hope someday in the very near future I am a fellow RVer and I cross paths with Jennifer!
This book definitely shows what it takes to be an RVer. To some, it might sound like a nightmare, but to me, I think: Now THAT is LIVING!
I only wish this book had been longer and included more information about day to day living and extreme weather conditions of full timing.
Although I'm beginning my journey from the opposite end of the financial continuum and for reasons not even in the same life category as Dr Flower, I find myself on the threshold of purchasing and living full time in a travel trailer.
Having zero experience and being forced into it, I'm kinda scared. So I'm reading books, researching and shopping RV's while nurturing the hope that living in one, full time, could be the simplest, healthiest life change for me, a 50 something, single female on an unrequested, unplanned-for reprieve from the working world.
Dr Flower's book help turn that hope from a dark, scary, abstract mental painting of the unknown life to a hi-def, digital, color mini photo album of what could be. So losing everything I have, everything I've worked for in the last 25 years is now equivalent to downsizing and simplifying my life for the next 25.
How Not to RV Is funny, fresh and from a much more initially positive point of view than mine was and it changed my current point of view proportionately. Thank you Dr Flower. Wish me luck!
I only wish I could afford an Airstream now! :-D
P.S. Just throwing a question out in the Universe...
If pulling your car with your MH is referred to as Dingy, why wouldn't my truck pulling my TT be referred to as a Tug? All things being equally nautical.
I don't know what I'll name my rig because I haven't found her yet but I got a new name for my truck!
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