I never realized how often RVers blog about food, and how much I enjoyed seeing the delicious looking photos. I'm trying to lose some weight, and have lost 10 pounds so far on the Medifast plan. I'd like to lose 7 or 8 more. Good thing, too, since my new RV is so tiny. Otherwise I wouldn't fit in the shower!
That'll keep me in check. But your photos look so good I can almost smell them, especially the fresh baked cinnamon rolls!
Today I spent some time checking out RV insurance companies and applying for quotes. I should have them all tomorrow, and will pick the one that looks best. Probably Progressive or AARP/Hartford. Does anyone have an opinion on those two companies, or a suggestion for another company to check out?
I did e-mail the Finance Manager at La Mesa RV today to let her know I was only going to purchase the GAP insurance, not the extended warranty or tire/rim plan. After talking to my daughter and my ex-husband, it seems like it wouldn't be cost effective for me. The total cost over the 15 year loan, to which they would be added, was more than $8,000. I read what the policy covered, and there were so many things I don't have, it didn't make sense to purchase a warranty that included coverage for the large, expensive things that aren't a part of my RV. I just don't have many extra options. And the tires are brand new. Instead I'll put money every month into my RV Emergency Fund, and if something needs repair or replacement, I should have the money to take care of it.
Thank you for all you comments - I DO agree that an extended warranty is a good idea, especially for the larger, expensive RVs, and hopefully I'll never regret letting this one go. And I also appreciate all your good wishes and congrats on my new RV. It's so nice to feel that I'm not doing this alone.
It's been a tiring couple of days and it's late, so that's all for now.
From Me and My Dog, have a great Sunday, everyone! : )