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|Looking for a Fulltimer||Lorie||8-17-04|
|I am looking at becoming a fulltimer but am hesitant to do so by myself.|
Are there any single fulltimers who travel in groups I might be able to connect with.
If you have some info you may like to pass on my email address is firstname.lastname@example.org.
This will be my first experience with an RV, planning on purchasing a Class B.
Thanks in advance for any help. Lorie
|Re: Looking for a Fulltimer||rrk||9-6-04|
|Lorie, help is on the way. First, join FMCA, Family Motor Coach Assoc. $35 per year. Than join one of the singles chapters. You'll instantly be among friends and fellow full timers who are single. We have been FMCA members for years and have met many single full timers who are members of these chapters. You'll get all the help you need from fellow, single full timers.|
|Re: Looking for a Fulltimer||Doug||3-3-05|
|Lorrie, consider WIN or WINS, for singles and doubles that travel in groups,usually western but some eastern routes.You will always have help with any problems. They also keep the cost low.|
|Re: Looking for a Fulltimer||Darl Souders||7-18-07|
|I am a full timer, with information on where to stay for low cost, or places that you can stay at for free. Like Glass creek for up to 42 days free. Or at blm campgrounds for 300 from march thru november. $140 for 7 campgrounds in southern california from oct thru may. Or $85 for 3 months on the indian reservation near yuma. Or places you can park for free for a while.|