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    • And the really sad part, Leonard, is that no matter HOW much you pay (or don’t pay), the result is the same. Poor workmanship and non-existent quality control.

  • Good morning Chuck – excellent editorial today.
    We have been been full time in our class A for nearly ten years, workamping all the time. Many good memories with several horrible ones in the mix. Yes, overcrowding and greed have led to an environment of forgotten valuable regulations and some new entries placing, what should be, enjoyable RV experiences, into that horrible category.

    Since last April we are full-time caretakers of a 160 acre private ranch in California and here for the foreseeable future. It’s my wife and I and the owners. For the most part we schedule our days, take off whatever time necessary and thoroughly enjoy the peace and quiet of the outdoors away from those entities previously mentioned. We would wholeheartedly encourage other workampers to search out similar situations. There are severel websites specific to “caretaker” positions.
    Thanks so much for your efforts. We very much appreciate all you do and offer and encourage others to contribute to this valuable forum.
    Enjoy your weekend!
    Geoff Blair

  • Hi Chuck, This is my first time responding to your newsletter. We got our start in tents, moved to a pop-up and on to a 1999 Holiday Rambler. After reading , in your newsletter, about the quality issues , we decided to upgrade through used motor homes.. I want to thank you for making me aware of what to look for. We just purchased our dream coach, a 2007 Damon Tuscany diesel pusher . Thanks to your readers , we knew what to expect in buying used. Thanks again for a great newsletter, and you can add my name to the list of folks you speak for. Keep up your good work, Roy Beals aka flagman.

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