Ever get stressed while RVing ??? Well this podcast focuses on Stress Management while RVing. I retired in June 2018 as a Registered Nurse. I've been a Stress Management Consultant since 2003. Trish and I had been planning on RVing for about 3 years prior to my retirement, At that time, our knowledge base about RVing was zero. For many years I had wanted to buy a pop-up camper when I retired, I took Trish to a RV show to show her my plans. Well ..... she looked at pop-ups and said she couldn't camp in that, it was too small for her. She then looked across the room, pointed at a Class A and said "but what are those over there?". I shook my head and when I saw the price tag, my whole body shook. 3 years later Me and Trish bought a 29' 2015 Thor ACE - Class A. And in 2020 we sold that rig and bought a 2017 Thor 29.4 ACE. And we tow a 2015 Jeep behind us. LET THE STRESS BEGIN !!!!!
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