Lessons Learned the Hard Way - New Title to Come

Woo Hoo! I made it through my first full winter in my RV! It was debatable a few times but I persevered. I learned so much and most of it was from this website. This is definitely my go to spot for info.

Still at the Caldwell RV Park here in Idaho and just got moved into a primo spot a few weeks ago. The Boise River is my front yard and a lake is my back yard. When I have the window shades up on the left side, all I can see is the lake and the RV's at the other end of the park.

Picked up some water leaks moving over here but thanks to Matt M posting about his leaks, mine were a piece of cake to fix...except the toilet. Unfortunately it seems to be in the flushing pedal!

Cabin fever sat in pretty good a couple of times but thank goodness for the internet and my love for reading. Really want a bigger RV now. One that has bed I can walk around to make and more storage. Not sure if I want a bumper pull or 5th wheel. Just looking now and they both have things I like so am open to others preferences/drawbacks. I still want to keep George for short outings. Would love to get him into a shop and give him some TLC!

Hope all made it through the winter. OH, would like to hear from Workampers too. I get the RMP listings when the are available but would like to get some first hand stories.

Happy Traveling,  Jackie and Jasmine

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Tags: (Private, 2., Boise, Caldwell, Lake), Park, RV, River

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Comment by Pat Daly on April 11, 2014 at 9:58am

Happy Spring Jackie. Glad to see you tuffed out this pretty extreme winter. The idea of a larger rv for full timing and your current one for trips is a great way to go. Several of our other members prefer that option too. You've got tons of very good choices.  Keep us posted and more pictures of your rv paradise always welcome!

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