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Old 07-09-2007, 03:01 PM   #1
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I everyone!

I signed-up on iRV2 and since I've been a "lurker" on the Newmar site I thought I would say "hello". I've read back all 65 pages on the Newmar site and enjoyed it.

Hoping to find a DSDP (used '03-'05) in the near future and start full-timing next summer ('08).

Wife and I retired from teaching this past year, although I will be a substitute teacher till December.

Keep up the good work on the forum! You are very helpful and fun to read! Thanks Paul
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I everyone!

I signed-up on iRV2 and since I've been a "lurker" on the Newmar site I thought I would say "hello". I've read back all 65 pages on the Newmar site and enjoyed it.

Hoping to find a DSDP (used '03-'05) in the near future and start full-timing next summer ('08).

Wife and I retired from teaching this past year, although I will be a substitute teacher till December.

Keep up the good work on the forum! You are very helpful and fun to read! Thanks Paul
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Old 07-09-2007, 03:13 PM   #3
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Weaverworks - let me be the first to welcome you to irv2. We're glad you're here.

Since you been doing your homework (even I haven't read all 65 pages!) you know the wealth of information available and how nice the folks are about passing it along.

We look forward to your posts - and the news of your rv purchase.

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Old 07-09-2007, 03:21 PM   #4
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thanks Mark!

I must admit....I certainly didn't read EVERY topic on those 65 pages. Just looked for area interesting to me! Found a lot! Thanks for the welcome.

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Hi Paul! Welcome to the forum. Looking foward to hearing from you! Paul
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Weaverworks, you've given me the courage to jump in the water! After much study and "lurking", we found a 2004 Dutch Star. Love It! Good Luck with your search, and a BIG THANKS to all the contributors to the forum!
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Hi WhiteNoise! Congrats on your new to you coach! We hope you will have some great stories to tell us about it. Paul
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Old 07-11-2007, 05:26 PM   #8
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WhiteNoise, welcome to iRV2.

We're glad you jumped in.

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Another new member!

Welcome - we look forward to your posts and adventures.

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Thanks All, our names are Danny & CJ White. we're currently parked at the Wagon-Master RV park near Denton, TX. Our story is one you've heard before - after owning a 23" Class C, we were hooked on RVing and knew we eventually wanted to be Full-Timers. Long story short, it's 4 years later, we've spent the last several months downsizing, giving our possessions to our 4 grown children, selling our home, etc. Unfortunately, we still need to work another 3 years or so, BUT, we are at least Full-Timing in our RV. Our favorite hobby is motorcycling, and we have a Jeep for a Toad. It has been a pleasure to read all your posts. Now, if we can just figure out all the widgets and gadgets in our RV...

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Ahhhhh.....that's where all of the other iRV2 members come in.
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