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I am 67 year old teacher and ready to retire. My retirement is $2200 per month. if I sell my condo and turn my IRA into cash I'll have enough $ to buy
Doing some RV travel in Mexico can be a highlight in your life. It’s a beautiful country, with palmed lined beaches, colonial cities, ancient Mayan and Aztec pre-Hispanic treasures as well
During the summer of 2009, we did some RV travel in Canada, crossing the US/Canada border at Port Huron, MI, on our way to Niagara and a first visit to the Falls – it’s a busy crossing and
It is always a good idea to have spare fan belts if you are traveling far. If you break down due to a fan belt failure, and you have a towing service,
The radio was playing Rock and Roll oldies, the A/C was keeping us nice and cool, and I had a nice drink in my hand as we arrived in Quartzsite. Arizona.
Another winter in Tucson is almost over and once the cooler weather arrived, things got very busy. There were classes, sketching and
I just came across your website and am enjoying all of your helpful information! My husband and I are going to rent our first rv this summer and we are
Hi, there ! Angel down here in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. I want to thank you for taking the time to give this important information to everyone. We're