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I just moved to Edmonchuck, AB and rented a nice (and warm) apartment for the winter.
Looking forward to making new friends here and winter exploring.
The people, places, scenery and sharing stories with other rvers along the way........one word, wonderful! I have met a few people who have traveled all over the US and Canada in an RV.
I hope you will continue to post on POF as you embark on your journey. One person belonged to Thousand Trails and stayed for 2 wks at a time in their parks.
Plentyoffish dating forums are a place to meet singles and get dating advice or share dating experiences etc.
Hopefully you will all have fun meeting singles and try out this online dating thing... By this I mean, ask the locals for safe place to stop at and don't stay in isolated places.
I even landed a job here bending wrenches on aircraft.
I'm going to go voluteer to camp watch at two places in the next three weeks or so to work out the bugs and get acclimated to sleeping in a biog mobile box. If you ever make it back to Daytona, stop at the Tomoka State Park just outside of the town of Ormond Beach. I got tired of traveling by my self, hoping to find someone this summer to help me drive. I bought a 40: Prevost luxury coach and I'm going to hit the road. Since the marriage is over and I'm done working I felt now is as good of time as any.In Atlanta I stayed at the Stone Mountain Campground which is fabulous. Unfortunately I was unable to buy the big 25K model I wanted, and settled for a more reasonable 4500.00 model I could pay cash for.My 4 legged girlfriend Chloe loves to travel and how many hotels have real problems with pets. This fall I will head toward California and the Pacific and another month and a half to 2 months on the road. It's in decent shape, fully remodeled inside, and needed some engine tweaks and cosmetic repairs.Remember that we are the largest free online dating service, so you will never have to pay a dime to meet your soulmate. I'm new to the RV and camping lifestyle, and wondered if any others have decided to throw caution to the wind and hop in a big rolling gashog and explore the US. That's what I do when I travel .-All the best to you.My personal plans are to do a bug circuit of the US, starting with Florida, then to Boston, then to Montana and south to Arizona, then across I40 to Littlerock and the Diamond Mine State Park. You surely are going to discover wonderful places and people.regardsmaria Gideon 70, you will have had such an incredible experience by the time you get back to Florida!One of the nicest places I stayed was the Hannah Park Campground owned by the city of Jacksonville Florida.The park sits right on the Atlantic and even had the treat of watching the Blue Angles perform while I was there.You never know where a friendship will lead but it's a great place to start. I think this forum is a good idea and I hope to make lots of new friends along the road less travelled. Brad I'm actually planning a cross country trip myself, wanting to visit all the National Parks out west.However I car camp and backpack, sleeping in a tent or in a jungle hammock. My brother is currently full-timing and has looped the US twice in the past two years.You could also go to all the baseball parks and watch games and tailgate..would be fun. I live in Austin, Texas and went to Florida first then up to Atlanta.It was a fabulous trip and it would have been cost prohibitive except I was pulling my bed, pillow and kitchen behind me.