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Old 08-20-2019, 08:31 PM   #1
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We’ve Done It Now

Welp, our full timing adventure has begun. We’re on base local for another week and a half, then I have some training in Newport, then down to our permanent home in south TX.

We’re still settling in and getting organized, but we are amazed at the storage in our Alpine.
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Congrats but watch those weights. (I say that but know we're about 1400 lbs over).
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Congrats but watch those weights. (I say that but know we're about 1400 lbs over).


Last time I weighed the coach with a full tank, we were headed on a week trip with 3 humans, 3 dogs and all that goes with that and we’re just over 11,000 on the front and 18,500 on the rear. One long trip, then we will be stationary for a long while.
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