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9/16/2009 3:47:40 PM
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Welcome to the Condos vs. RVs Discussion!
9/17/2009 1:49:27 PM

Joe (Orlando)
I couldn t agree more!
9/19/2009 10:06:16 AM

Joyce (NJ)
Couldn t agree more, we gave up traveling for awhile due to health problems and now we are looking forward to going again. You cannot beat the RV lfestyle.
9/19/2009 10:28:27 AM

Dana (Durango, CO)
I have sold the product for 9 years (yes, gasp...a timeshare salesman!!!), AND enjoyed our 36 Gulfstream. The motorhome doesn t float worth a darn (Hawaii and Mexico), and a quick trip cross country is cheaper by plane. We enjoy BOTH lifestyles!
9/20/2009 12:56:32 PM

Tom (Pennsylvania)
I agree, I gave up living in a RV 12 years ago to be a care giver for mother now I am trying to sell this beautiful doublewide with a million dollar view to go back to RV living
9/20/2009 7:16:53 PM

Roger (MN)
Full Timer for 5 years and never missed living in or owning a house. Am now dreaming of the day we can return to the freedom of the road.
9/21/2009 12:06:08 PM

Diana (Olean, NY)
I totally agree with this article!! RVing is the way to live..........
9/21/2009 12:36:11 PM

Steve (Iowa)
We are looking forward to full time and seeing the US.
9/21/2009 2:07:39 PM

Marion (Thomson, Ga.30824)
The wife and have enjoyed the time on the road RVing. I have owned two and now having to sell my pusher due to family helth problems. I look forward to RVing again.
9/21/2009 8:14:15 PM

Barb (PA)
We have been RVing since 1971, and I can t think of a better way to travel. I love the RV lifestyle and the people that we meet in the parks. We own a fifth wheel and also bought a slide-in truck camper for a different type of travel.
9/21/2009 8:14:17 PM

Barb (PA)
We have been RVing since 1971, and I can t think of a better way to travel. I love the RV lifestyle and the people that we meet in the parks. We own a fifth wheel and also bought a slide-in truck camper for a different type of travel.
9/22/2009 11:43:27 AM

Paul (Land O Lakes FL)
Like to hear more about how Jack customized his rig. I only have a Class-B, but I ve done extensive re-work might reduce my resale value, but it is my home away from home.
9/22/2009 12:34:09 PM

Jim (Milwaukee)
I have just started Rving 3 yrs ago. i am planning on showing my 4 yr old daughter the country as we Rv to various places.
Hope to Rv for a living once I reach retirement in like 25 yrs. Wish i would of started a little earlier.
9/22/2009 2:08:38 PM

Jeffery (Vancouver, WA.)
We have the best of both worlds. We have our Condo for our home base...but use our 5th wheel veeeeery often for short and long trips.
Plan to retire soon, and R.V. even more!!
9/22/2009 2:34:54 PM

Bill (Texas)
Our fiver IS like a condo, only portable.
9/22/2009 2:46:58 PM

Mike (NJ)
We are just starting to enjoy our RV (30ft.Trailer with a F-350 D) We are going to retire next year and travel the county. I m ex Mil. and have flown almost all over the world but the US is what we want to see more.
9/22/2009 6:53:07 PM

Frank (yorba linda, CA. 92886)
I like the concept of not being confine to one room and one view
it makes sense. Thank you
9/23/2009 10:33:26 AM

PeggyAnn (Florida)
I read this story and enjoyed it. My husband and I are contemplating selling our home and living full time in the RV. After all, that is why we purchased it when we retired.
9/23/2009 10:48:31 AM

Charles (Austin, TX)
For the money & interest spent in the purchase of a condo (timeshare) and the yearly maintenance fees. That amouint will float alot of cruises and buy a few airline tickets over the same amount of time. Come home to your RV, we sold our home 3 years ago and reside in our class A fulltime more freedom to enjoy have not regreted the decision.
9/23/2009 11:20:25 AM

George (Chambersburg, PA)
Was down at Lazy Daz looking at used pushers. Since the dump valve on my present rig sticks, I tried the valve on the rig I was considering to see if it worked smoothly. I found they never dumped the sewage when detailing the coach. Hmmm -
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