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minimalista

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  • Birthday 11/27/1953

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    Hiking, cooking & baking, knitting

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  1. Thank you, Toddf, for the info on Dialcare - I'll look into that!
  2. Velos, thank you for those links, and your recommendation for Dr. Sassano. I might try to get an appt there since I'll be spending time in Sarasota. I was leaning toward Bushnell since I'll be there for a month.
  3. I am looking for recommendations for a primary care doctor in the Bushnell FL area. Would appreciate any leads! Thank you, -Cathy
  4. Thanks for all the replies! Agree on the online/digital as much as possible. Hoping once I get my red white and blue card sent I won't have to receive much/any regular mail from Medicare/SS.
  5. I decided to just give my Florida (Escapees) address since, as someone else had said, the online form asked for mailing address and do you live here. It just seemed simpler and I'll deal with the delay in receiving any mail sent to Florida which has to get routed to Livingston. Thanks to all for the replies! -Cathy
  6. Thank you, Kirk and Gerald, for your replies. I've got a call in to Social Security to verify that I can use a different address for mailing.
  7. I'm preparing to enroll in Medicare. My legal domicile is in Florida and mailing address in Texas, both through Escapees. Will I be able to specify both addresses and get my insurance as a Florida resident but have all related mail sent to Texas? This has worked for me well with other matters but I'm unsure about things like Medicare and Social Security. I don't want to risk them messing up my domicile state. Thank you!
  8. Hello to my fellow full-timers! I will be graduating on May 1, 2017, leaving Florida in my new 2017 Pleasure Way Lexor Class B. It's been a long haul preparing for this day, with all the paperwork, logistics, buying my rig, learning about all the systems, and buying accessories. Got two more months to go in my rental and I'm gonna need the time! I've been mostly lurking (minimalista my previous display name) but people in these forums have been very helpful in helping me navigate a lot of the prep work. I *think* I'm close to being ready, with the exception of actually packing my rig. Now I just have to figure out where to GO. Rough plan is to end up in New England in the fall. I'd love any suggestions on places to stay along the route north through the Carolinas and Virginial, maybe Tennessee. I imagine campgrounds will be busy in the Spring. Thanks! -Cathy Button
  9. Thanks Rosita - I have seen his vandwelling website, was interesting to read for sure. -Cathy
  10. Thanks! The Phoenix look really nice (if a bit big for me) -will look for them at the Tampa show next week. And you should win the prize for the best username! Love that. -Cathy
  11. Thanks, Linda! I like the idea of the "pillowcases" for the ottomans. I figured it could take awhile to figure out the most comfy configuration and one that requires the least setup. Good idea to have the table leg as a pull bar -Cathy
  12. Thank you, Rod - I hear you on the variable quality of campground facilities! In my tent camping days I had good, bad, and in between, complete with those multi legged creatures. I have rented a Class C before so I got a very general idea. I do know the B will be different, less room, smaller tanks, etc. I agree that renting a B would be a prudent way to go, and would consider that if I could find a decent rental. Thanks, - Cathy
  13. Thank you Smitty, for those alternatives. I know the Bs are pricey for the specs & configurations you get but I am pretty much decided on that. The Pleasure Way Lexor is the one I'm wanting. I'm finding such good information from members on these forums, and it's all so helpful and great to benefit from others' experience. And, Linda I am with you on stopping at a restaurant then resting in the rig ? Thanks again, -Cathy
  14. Thanks for the quick and thoughtful replies! I understand buying new is a pricey way to go, but since I'm traveling solo I figure a new rig is less likely to have a breakdown. Also, the 1-3 year old Class Bs are not that much cheaper, from what I've seen advertised, and I wouldn't go older than that. The issue of tank sizes is definitely a concern, but I plan to spend much of my time in national and state parks and use the facilities there when possible. I had considered a travel trailer also, but I really like that the B allows you to go and park most everywhere. Time will tell how long a B will work for me, and I'm willing to learn an expensive lesson if that is what happens. -Cathy
  15. Hello, I'm very close to buying a new Class B for my full-timing plans. Would I have better negotiating power if I buy off a dealer's lot vs. doing a special order? For buying off the lot, I'd think a dealer would want to sell what they have sitting there, but a special order seems simpler for them and they would have little to no carrying costs. The RV purchase is so different from buying a new car and I'd like to get a better understanding of the dealers' position. Thank you! -Cathy
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