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Brian
2 years ago

Most financial institutions have forms they are happy to provide for this purpose. Often they can be completed online on your computer and then saved to a thumb, or printed off and completed by hand that contain all of the information you need to know about your partner/wife. Get in touch with a Bank, Trust Company, Financial Planner etc., to get one.

P.S. I would not recommend having this information on your phone

Jillie
2 years ago

We are heading to the RV show in Novi Michigan next weekend. Can’t wait to see all the new RVs. We are keeping it under 25 feet due to the fact I do not want to trade in my car. Plus I don’t need anything huge. Simple. Have fun. I know I will.

Brian
2 years ago
Reply to  Jillie

Jillie:

Go on RV Trader and look for a used PleasureWay (or buy new if you have the money). Look for the Excel built on the Ford E350 chassis as they are wide bodied and can be serviced by a mechanic anywhere. They are the most well made Class B (Van Conversion),
\you can buy, double as a second vehicle, and can be parked legally in your driveway (as well as many other places).
Brian

Mitzi Agnew-Giles
2 years ago

Steve Savage highly recommends only buying an rv with slides. I highly recommend not buying slides if you aren’t a fulltimer. I am extremely pleased with my molded fiberglass LilSnoozy, a cousin to the well known Scamps and Casitas. We have a 19 ft trailer tongue to rear bumper and DH and I travel with 4 cats and we have a dedicated queensize bed. No slides. Molded fiberglasses retain their resale value. Check the prices at http://www.fiberglassrv.com if you don’t believe me.

Brian
2 years ago

Mitzi:

You are right. Most problems with noise, squeaks and leaks occur with Slide outs and if they can be avoided so much the better. Better

Rita Anderson
2 years ago

Sent this on Sat as email. Not sure you received. it.

Chuck,
Just reading this week’s issue of RVTravel and saw you might leave Texas early. Let me tell you — there is NOTHING like Texas in the spring!!! Especially the Hill Country. The wild flowers are gorgeous in bloom and are everywhere—thanks to Lady Bird Johnson.

I lived in Texas for a bit back in the ‘80s and enjoyed every minute of it. Texas is a beautiful state and the people are some of the friendliest I’ve ever met (I traveled the US for business a lot back then and met lots of folks). Kerrville is one area hubby and I plan to winter in when I finally retire next year. We are currently in Idaho — which has amazing mountain areas! I hope you get a chance to play in them during your travels.

Anyway my point — stay and experience Texas in the Spring. You won’t be disappointed!

Happy Trails, my friend.
Thanks for making my Saturday’s very interesting.

Rita from Nampa, Idaho

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Chuck Woodbury (@chuck)
2 years ago
Reply to  Rita Anderson

Rita, we will be here through March. The space in our park will no longer be available, so we’ll just move on. Hopefully we’ll see the wildflowers before we leave.

Karen Solle
2 years ago

I recently traveled back to the United States from Costa Rica where I was for 2 months. While in Costa Rica I couldn’t access your newsletter. That was a bit frustrating and I wonder why your newsletter is inaccessible in Costa Rica.

Steve
2 years ago

While in San Antonio area don’t miss Luckenbach just outside of Fredericksburg. Old Tyme country and some of the more recent.

Jim
2 years ago

Wondering where the news section went?

Ron Schmitz
2 years ago

Sorry to here about Gail’s accident. Hope she is alright. Thanks for the great info, my wife knows all my info, but I don’t know any of hers. In an emergency I’ll never know where all the info is, so thanks for your article, now we will put all our info on our phones so at least will be the one thing one of us will have with us.

Steve
2 years ago

I know Gail and you are ready to move on but you are doing yourselves an injustice by not staying to see the flowers in April/May. Can be unbelievable.

Rodger Temple
2 years ago

Could you please tell me how I could contact Mac McCoy the fire guy. He demonstrated and recommended a fire escape ladder. I can’t find one anywhere. It looks like he modified a commercial ladder.

John Hiler
2 years ago

Sometimes we don’t realize what a dream we live in here in our US if A. . We travel around, completely protected by our public health for pure water, clean lands, sewage disposal. safe food, standard fuel, fire, police protection. We go from state to state, crossing lines without passports or papers. Come and go at our pleasure, safe and secure in the blanket of freedom that envelopes us. Supplied with adequate money and health care by laws instituted to make our life good in our Republic.

Jeffrey & Kelli Koniarski
2 years ago

dump up under & all around our RV. To make a long story short we had to pay 300 dollars that we didn’t have to have our RV towed here from 15 miles away thinking it would be a nice place to live for a while. We were wrong & now totally broke unable to pay anything to tow us to a safe place less then 8 miles away. We are parking our home at friends house then driving up North to Eden NC where we have arranged an employment opportunity of a lifetime. We will live in our van until we earn enough money to have our home towed to us in NC. Its extremely hard for us to beg for help we normally are the couple who is always helping anyone & everyone who needs it. Please help us we need to be out of here by February 4th 10am or we will loose everything we both own. This is our only home. If you can please help us our phone number is 843-304-0713 call or text anytime. Thank you for just reading this. Have a wonderful day & God Bless.

Jeffrey & Kelli Koniarski
2 years ago

I’m sorry half of my comment was lost. Our trucks engine blew & our only home is our 34 foot 5th wheel RV. We are in desperate need of a tow out of here at 10 Baynard rd. Beaufort SC to less then 8 miles away to a friends on Broad river rd. From one RVer to another please help us.

Wayne Caldwell
2 years ago

Wow! Very glad Gail will be alright. Very scary situation. Thanks for letting us know and for reminding us what we need to know about our partners and to know where to immediately find important documentation.