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Old 09-04-2014, 01:15 AM   #1
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We too have jumped ship

We jumped in to a sweet but old 1999 Safari Continental. Low miles at 70k but with good documentation for years of PO. We have had enough of Heartland Landmark. Half my RV basement is tools just in case something else goes wrong- and the danged thing never disappoints- I need my tools every time out. I enjoyed the space and being able to have the ready use of vehicle at destination. I have had it with the fight and will go back to DP that nears boredom from not requiring repairs continuously. Dealer is doing safety (required in our province) and detailing it, a couple of gauges were not working. Big disappointment though-today it snowed south of Calgary-kinda looks like winter is hammering on the door.

2002 Monaco Diplomat 36PBD, Avalanche toad, Glastron MX175 , X5 BMW, Almost enough toys, 3 dogs. 1 longtime wife(48 yrs)
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Old 09-04-2014, 02:29 AM   #2
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Sounds good to me. I have never figured out why people buy a fiver. Can't have a small towed and can't carry much with the truck. ;-)
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