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Old 05-07-2015, 11:19 PM   #1
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As Green As It Gets from SE Arizona

Thanks for the add! This site was recommended by a friend of mine. Not familiar with RVs (or the RV Lifestyle) and recently went to local RV show. At this point, I am researching the different types of RVs that I would like to purchase to fit my needs. So many brands, models, options, etc. Makes my head hurt! Soooooo, if you have any opinions or resources that you can share with me, please do so. Basically, looking for something that is easy to drive and handle and will accommodate me and my furbabies (2 Chihuahuas & 2 orange tabbies). Not going to live out of it full time. For now, it will be when I take off work for a long weekend or a couple weeks at a time until I really retire. Will provide more info as needed. Thanks in advance and looking forward to hearing from this community!

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Old 05-08-2015, 11:15 AM   #2
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A Class B motorhome is perfect for a single person to RV in.
The only issue will making sure you have hookups to run the a/c for your pets.
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