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Old 03-27-2016, 08:58 AM   #71
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Originally Posted by mojoracing View Post
When I used the term "wood and fiberglass shack", it wasnt a shot at your particlular RV. If a person is on this site, it goes to reason that they own an rv and I was pointing out the fact that RV'S are ALL wood and fiberglass shacks. It was not to say that yours was somehow different than any others. I too have lived long term in my motorhome and consider it as much my home as I do my sticks and brick home. I'm sure you had a reason to have a large amount of saving in your rv. Just the same, i'm sure you would also warn people against doing so.
Those of us in the Wanderlodge community take offence to your comment, not ALL motorhomes are made of ticky tac.

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