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Old 05-27-2007, 12:30 PM   #15
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I'm with paz o this one. As fulltimers we can say use a tank of fuel and get to our next campground and stay longer till we can do another tank.Eating out less is a given, we have all that kitchen to do our meals and I have never had anyone say we couldn't use the rest areas or picnic areas to stop and make lunch or dinner for that matter. Less rush and more relaxed,sounds more like what we wanted out of this deal to begin with.It would have to get up 6+ before we would say quit and park it for good. Too much money invested to say quit and sale.

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Old 05-29-2007, 06:11 AM   #16
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The gas prices tic me off, but as I told a non RVer the other day, if I'm going to worry wether or not to spend the gas money, then I might as well sell the rig. Life is too short to worry about this, and I get far too much enjoyment and relaxation from camping to stop now. Besides, with the headaches I get from my job, I would just have to spend this same money on a shrink if I didn't have camping to keep me sane.

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