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JT

Awesome forward thinking ladies - the freedom of the road is now complimented by the freedom of the wireless information available to travelers (RV'rs, campers, truckers & otherwise) -

All of the parties involved in the RV space are finally coming together to offer the benefits that can come with the Internet. From the RV community itself (like you), to the businesses that provide services and products to our market.

It's very insightful for you to recognize the future issues on the table for the RV traveler - Keep up the great work and the rest of us will be keeping an eye on your lead.

Mari Smith

Greetings fellow RVers! :)

My hubby and I sold our beach home in San Diego 7/07 and now travel the US/Canada fulltime in a 34' Class A w/toad. We shopped hard and got a fabulous deal. I just *love* our coach. And RVing sure is a great way to simplify life and see this beautiful country we live in.

Oh, and we're not retired; I'm only 41 and still run my business on the road with our complete mobile office. :)

Come visit our blog at: http://befreegomobile.com

Cheers,
Mari

Barbara Torris

Thank you so much for your comment on the blog. As you saw from the posting, we are in the process of selling out motor home...with no luck yet. We hate the idea of giving the life style up totally and would love to trade for a much, much smaller unit. Now we are traveling internationally and have a park model to call home in the winter. We are just in transition.

We are listed with Sell It Now Motors. Do you think that is a good thing. They offer financing.

Jaimie Hall- Bruzenak

Barbara, sorry I missed your comment.

The neat thing about the RV lifestyle is it is so fluid and you can change things to suit your changing needs and wants.

I am not familiar with this company. A lot depends on where you are located and if there will be potential buyers in your area. Financing is often needed by buyers so that will be an advantage of using them. There are many Internet sites that sell RVs, though the buyer has to provide his own financing for sales on the ones I've looked at.

Good luck with your new life! Sounds like an adventure.

Jaimie Hall-Bruzenak

Sue

Nice, these forward thinking ladies could achieve a lot of in their life.Good luck.

Agha Andreas Ebrahim

Great tidbits and information!

Randy Warner

Great information Jaimie. Some I was aware of but most of the links you had were new to me. Very timely in that we hope to become SD residents in the next 3-6 months.

Randy
www.warnerrvnews.blogspot.com

Jaimie Hall  Bruzenak

Many RVers do choose South Dakota. Just make sure it fits your financial situation.

Jaimie

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