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Old 06-03-2016, 08:22 PM   #1
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Thumbs up First 2 small trips down in Seabreeze Bus!

Welp, so far, so good on our new DP! I made one trip to a horse expo towing a little 2H bumper pull and my Mustang mare. Round trip about 300 miles. The second trip was with no tow and was about 700 miles round trip. The biggest thing is the crosswinds out here in the Southwest. Steady at 30mph and gusts up to 50mph makes for some exciting driving. The next biggest thing is the passing traffic, or traffic I'm passing. The back in tends to "wiggle" a bit with and without towing. Looking into some stabilizers to see if we can't reduce these a bit. I initially thought National RV's were gonna be hard to spot as the company has been out of business for awhile now. But, low and behold, 4 of us in one campground outside of Tombstone, AZ. Instant "family" feeling with the other National owners. Numbers exchanged, good times to remember.
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Old 06-03-2016, 09:29 PM   #2
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First trip out is always a little nerve racking yet exciting...coaches seem to have unique personalities...out on the road....nice looking rig

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Old 06-04-2016, 08:18 AM   #3
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Thanky! Looking at getting the paint freshened up on the box and a new graphics color and pattern....but that's down the road a bit. I know the crew and I are enjoying it and that's worth it's weight in gold!
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