Beginning My Venture

Beginning My Venture

by Xue
(Wisconsin)

Hi, I'm Xue. I'm 27, single and I want to live full time in an RV for the rest of my life. I see things at a young age that made me pursue this dream of mine forever. I am not sure of what I am doing but I am doing it and I'm going to seize the day forever. I am planing to get a truck and a truck camper insulated of course. I need some tips for beginning this venture of mine.

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Jan 01, 2012
Thanks for the Info
by: Xue

Thanks for the information. Very excited. I'm a man I'm Asian that's why my name is spelled like that. Will be on my venture in a week thanks for the information again.


Xue

Apr 13, 2011
Beginning My Venture
by: Julia

Harold has a good point. We have been RVing since 1979 and I still overload my pantry. There are so many grocery stores along the way, so there is no need to over purchase food.

Our RV Club is putting together a pamphlet named "Quick Fix for RVers". Items you must have in your RV or camper. Campers' recipes that are quick and easy to prepare. We are still getting ideas from each member. Good luck on your new venture.

Julia

Apr 13, 2011
First Time Out Xue
by: happy harold

I don't know whether you are a male of female, and it really does not matter. They have a blog on here about women RV'ers. It is good advice for men and/or women.

Happy Harold from Illinois

Apr 13, 2011
Beginner
by: happyharold

Everybody has different requirements. What I would suggest is, when you buy your set up, camp at a nearby campsite for a week or two, or even a bit longer. You will soon find out what you require, what you do and don't use and you will learn to hook up and unhook proficiently.

Person's on a first time out usually overstock on food(s). These can be picked up along your trek as you go, get the basics amounts and go from there. Just my opinion.

Happy Harold from Illinois

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