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Old 03-23-2013, 09:15 AM   #11
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Welcome to the FR family! While the TT is on a permanent site you can get enjoy your RV before hitting the road later on. I'm also a solo female RVer and I just love it.

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Old 03-23-2013, 12:42 PM   #12
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Solo male camper here. Although, when I do let the RV park neighbor women into my Columbus, they don't want to leave. Good way to irritate the neighbor husbands as they say let's go honey. Got to be careful with that one.
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Old 03-25-2013, 03:50 PM   #13
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many thanks!

Thanks so much, fellow campers! Just went out and stocked up the camper with the essentials and extra sleeping gear. Always try to be prepared for those unforeseen zombie invasions!

The fella that walked me through the camper when I purchased it gave me some insights on things I have never known, like this water pressure regulator that is supposed to be on the city water hose when I connect it to the camper???? NEVER EVER knew that before! So I am sure I will be on here with loads of questions. I somewhat doubt the helpfulness of my fellow seasonal campers as I got nothing but dirty looks and stares and NO responses to my smiles and waves the other day. ah well, such is life!

Many thanks for the warm welcome!!!

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Old 03-25-2013, 05:17 PM   #14
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... I somewhat doubt the helpfulness of my fellow seasonal campers as I got nothing but dirty looks and stares and NO responses to my smiles and waves the other day. ah well, such is life!

Many thanks for the warm welcome!!!

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It's kinda like the new kid in class, who will they eat lunch with? Give it some time. Being a seasonal I know there are cliques and close groups of friends. You gotta find your niche, who you want to hang with, and who you want to avoid. You'll find it. Go for a walk in the evening and approach people around their campfire, or try introducing yourself to others and invite them over to your place to share a fireside chat.

A new neighbor moved into the site across from us beginning of last year. They worked all day getting all setup, camper loaded, etc. I knew they were exhausted. The next morning when I saw him outside I walked over and introduced myself. Mentioned that we're going to have a get together around our firepit with other seasonals that night and invited him to join us if they wanted. They appreciated the jesture and did join us.
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Old 03-25-2013, 09:05 PM   #15
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Here's to NEW memories in the "new" camper!
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Old 03-28-2013, 05:44 PM   #16
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Welcome shelli,
Never been in a CG that didn't have a couple of extremely friendly neighbors. I would feel kind of odd, but then I would remember my house has wheels for a reason.
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