Cant Wait to Hit the Road

Cant Wait to Hit the Road

by Kristine
(West Palm Beach, Fl)

House is worth 1/3 or less than I paid and I want to live in Mass. in summer and Fla in winter like I did in my 20's. I'm 43 and will be full-timing in about a year (foreclosure) I'm saving to buy the TT outright and I have a big car payment so big truck payment will be same. Can stay with my job and travel some in Fla. at least at first then I want to be in Mass. in summer. Can always find work sales/wait tables- I just can't wait to be mobile/free.

I guess my questions would be who travels with dogs? Do you find most places dog friendly. I have 2 bigger (65lbs) mixes and one Boston Terrier. Are there breed restrictions?? Mine could be pit mix but I say hound or dalmation as I know some people are ignorant to the breed (he does have spots) but wanted to see what you run into.I know some parks allow only 2 dogs and one of mine is older so may have to deal with 3 at first.

Thanks for the help, see you out there soon, Kristine

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Jul 04, 2015
Just what i want to do
by: Anonymous

I'll be 70 in a few months and i'm living in Florida but from Mass, thinking of selling everything and buying a used A class for summers in Mass/N.H area and back here in Fl for winter.

Will only be moving RV 2 or 3 times a year so I'm thinking a A class and tow my car would appreciate and advise thanks.

Nov 14, 2011
Dogs and RVs
by: Richard

Most parks that allow dogs will specify that dogs which are considered to be vicious are not allowed. They obviously don't want to upset the other guests.

We have one yorkie, so we too, have to deal with restrictions. We are welcome at pet-friendly parks.

There are some park managers who won't be as friendly as others. Most are or they won't have their jobs very long. However, I've yet to see one who'll turn a blind eye to someone with a dog considered to be vicious.

Any park worth staying at will have lots of rules. We like that, because if you're not doing anything wrong then what do you have to fear?

With larger dogs you will be limited as to where you're welcome. Some parks also have weight limits. Most all have breed limits. Just go to the specific parks' websites and you'll learn more.

Good luck in your search!

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