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For Women Only: Traveling Solo in Your RV: The Adventure of a Lifetime (The RV Lifestyle Series) Paperback – March 22, 2016
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Margo Armstrong spent most of her professional life writing documentation for high-tech corporations. Now semi-retired, she continues to travel the USA in her motorhome (20 years full-time, the last 6 years solo) exploring, writing eBooks, and sometimes workamping for a season to get the true flavor of a locale. She loves sharing this wonderful lifestyle with others planning to travel the same path.
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I would like to correct something the author stated. She said ALL state parks require advanced reservations. We've camped at state parks many times and I've never heard of this. Is it practical during busy times? Yes, just like any other kind of campground. Is it required--absolutely not.
I would like to add to something else she stated. She said you could be a campground host at Bureau of Land Management campgrounds and get free hooks ups. Yes that is true. AND at national parks and state parks and national forest service campgrounds and Corp of Engineer campgrounds and city and county campgrounds. About any campground that is publicly owned.
I get the feeling she has only stayed at the private RV resort type places. There is a whole other world of campgrounds and lifestyles in fabulous locations that does not include RV resorts.