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Old 05-24-2017, 07:20 AM   #1
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Pulled the plug

I figured it was time to pull the plug on my 2004 Gulfstream Sun Voyager. I went to General and bought a new Holiday Rambler Vacationer. I just hope it will be as good as the Sun Voyager. One big thing that helped me make up my mind on this one is the rear bath, it has a shower that has a nice seat in it and it is easy to get into without having a big step up. Makes it easier for the wife. It will be another learning experience for us. A lot more high tech stuff. I will also like the automatic awning. Being 82 I don't do well with a lot of climbing and work, so the easier the better. It also has a domestic refrigerator which I like. The dog will like the King size bed. It has the 22.5 inch tires which I still think it best for the large motor homes. Spent yesterday unloading the SunVoyager, could not beleive how much stuff was in it. I hope we can thin that down some. We pick it up on Tuesday. A couple of thing they were going to do to make me happy. I needed Tire valve extenders on the rear wheels so I could install the Tire moniter. Also they were going to put some additional towel racks in the bathroom. We also looked at the Thor but the bathroom shower killed it.
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Congratulations on the new purchase! Post pix when you can! Stay safe and happy trails!
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Congrats! You're an inspiration for me. I was thinking our 2000 might be our last motor home, but I don't think it'll last until I'm 82.
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Old 05-24-2017, 12:03 PM   #4
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Congratulations on your new Holiday Ramble. I hope you have as much luck and enjoyment with this as you did with your Gulfstream.
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Congrats....

When I replaced my Diplomat with my Dutch Star, I off loaded the Diplomat into my garage and couldn't believe how much stuff I had. I got rid of things I hadn't used in years.

Rather than try to make everything fit all at once, some stuff I just placed in the bays and took it on a couple of trips. I soon learned what would work and found some hidden spots for some things. Take your time loading.
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Congratulations on the new motor home. Have fun
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It took me and the wife two days to unload the Gulfstream. I could not believe how much stuff we had in it. It must have been grossly overweight. We had the Gulfstream since 2005 and I guess as years went by we must have kept putting thing in and not taking out anything. It will be a big job loading what we need and going through everything I took out. I have always tried to have the things I needed in case of something breaking. I hope I am a little smarter when I load the Vacationer.
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Please post a picture of the new motorhome and congratulations!
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