Official Review: The Reluctant RV Wife by Gerri Almand

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Re: Official Review: The Reluctant RV Wife by Gerri Almand

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I'm not into traveling, but reading other people's experiences can be quite fun. I'm especially interested in finding out about the logistical issues involving RV cars. Thanks for the review!

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This sounds like such a good read. I feel like RV/road life is very romanticized and this sounds like a much more realistic
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For some reason this book made me think of the movie RV and the mishaps that were captured in the film. This book would definitely be a more reliable source of information about traveling by RV. I’m not convinced that I’d enjoy driving around in something that big and it is unfortunate that there aren’t many scenery descriptions. That would have been very appealing to me. Thanks for the wonderful review!

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Tomah wrote:
13 Nov 2019, 12:09
I'm not into traveling, but reading other people's experiences can be quite fun. I'm especially interested in finding out about the logistical issues involving RV cars. Thanks for the review!
Thanks! I hope you get a chance to read it!

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Bhaskins wrote:
13 Nov 2019, 13:48
This sounds like such a good read. I feel like RV/road life is very romanticized and this sounds like a much more realistic
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It is, indeed! I learned a lot!

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Everydayadventure15 wrote:
13 Nov 2019, 16:27
For some reason this book made me think of the movie RV and the mishaps that were captured in the film. This book would definitely be a more reliable source of information about traveling by RV. I’m not convinced that I’d enjoy driving around in something that big and it is unfortunate that there aren’t many scenery descriptions. That would have been very appealing to me. Thanks for the wonderful review!
Those were my thoughts exactly! Thanks for stopping by and commenting!

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To bad to hear about the profanity. it is a shock to me to see how often this sort of thing is considered necessary for a good read when they are not. Sounds like you enjoyed the read and sounds like it makes some good points. Thanks for the time you placed on this review.

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How sweet of her to do the RV thing in spite of her reservations. It sounds like she has some great stories to share. Thank you for a great review.

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Bambiears wrote:
14 Nov 2019, 15:24
To bad to hear about the profanity. it is a shock to me to see how often this sort of thing is considered necessary for a good read when they are not. Sounds like you enjoyed the read and sounds like it makes some good points. Thanks for the time you placed on this review.
I did learn a lot from this book! Thanks for stopping by and commenting!

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MsH2k wrote:
15 Nov 2019, 01:02
How sweet of her to do the RV thing in spite of her reservations. It sounds like she has some great stories to share. Thank you for a great review.
You are welcome! Thanks for stopping by and commenting!

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I am adding this book to my "want to read list." The title struck me funny because in our family it will be the reverse, my husband is more reluctant to go on the road than I am. We love to ride adventure motorcycles and have spent lots of time camping, however the idea of living completely on the road is still a shift in thinking. It will be interesting to read about this couple's experiences.

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I've got to give it to the author. I could not live like that, even if I wanted to, so her adjusting to RV life for her husband is an immensely admirable thing.
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