There is lots of help available on forums as you know. Just ask any questions that come up. I had a 2004 Roadtrek 190P and still remember quite a lot about it.
Joining a group might make getting started just a bit easier. SoloTrekkers might be a good fit. http://www.roadtrekchapter.org/solos.htm
From Nikki Seeler and Christine Pettit
The Roadtrek SoloTrekkers is an email group of women and men who usually, not always, travel alone in their Roadtreks.
Most of us are members of F.M.C.A. and their Roadtrek International Chapter. Though these memberships are not a
requisite for being on the SoloTrekkers list, Solos recommend the memberships because of the many benefits you will receive.
NOT ALL SOLOS ARE SINGLE
Some have a spouse who usually does not travel with them. What is required to be a SoloTrekker is a Roadtrek and a
computer for communication!
The SoloTrekkers' only goals are fellowship and sharing information about traveling in our Roadtreks. We visit each other,
get together at Roadtrek and FMCA rallies, and occasionally have a Solos' camp-out, often called a "Rendezvous." Communication, among ourselves, is on a free web message board, and we maintain a state list of SoloTrekkers.
In seven years we have grown to 154 Solos from all over the U. S. and Canada.
Join us!Join us!Join us!Join us!
We're not like a "regular" club: we have no dues, officers or bylaws.
We're sort of an "affinity group" of the Roadtrek International Chapter.
For information, contact Diane de'Castillia, firstname.lastname@example.org or Christine Pettit, email@example.com
Diane de'Castillia is active on the Yahoo Roadtrek Group http://autos.groups.yahoo.com/group/roadtrek
There's also RVing Women http://www.rvingwomen.org/
which might be a great resource.
I read through the responses you got on RV.net and it shows that a lot of people are routing for you. In turn, you'll inspire others who face similar difficulties to give it a try.