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Old 07-12-2017, 05:49 PM   #1
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Ernie the Journey has new owners

Jeanette and I travelled around the USA in our 2004 Winnebago Journey that we affectionately called "Ernie the Journey"

The time has come for us to close the motorhoming chapter of our lives .. I am happy to report that two people who are excited to begin adventures of their own in the motorhome are the new owners.

We had 13 years of wonderful times in Ernie ... we hope that Dan and Jan have as much fun, make as many friends, visit as many interesting places as we did.

We will still be "snowbirds" but will rent "houses" and travel back and forth with our SUV.

And now to this forum: I want to say thank you for helping me over the years with words of encouragement, well thought out advice, and overall friendliness ... as well as some advice that was not so well thought out ... but that is what makes life interesting ... an old friend used to say "about half of what I tell you is true ... you have to figure out which half"
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skigramp & company,

That must be bittersweet to see your coach go to new owners, and know that you are moving on to the next chapter in your lives. It would be nice if you stick around, and pass some of that knowledge and experience on the some of the folks who are just starting out RV'ing.

We're not ready to leave the RV lifestyle behind us just yet. A few months ago marked our 30th anniversary of RV'ing, and I'm hoping we've still got some good years to go. But when the time comes for us, like you, we'll know.

All the best.
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