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Old 04-05-2013, 08:28 AM   #1
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1st Outing in our new 37LS Outlaw

We are going to take our new 37LS Outlaw on its first trip. We are going to Chatfield State Park in Colorado to give it a shake down. Lots to learn on this coach before we hot the road for our annual Jimmy Buffet concert tour. First stop on the Fin Land Express will be Frisco Texas.
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We were at Chatfield last year. It is only a few miles to to Roxborough state park. Which has great unusual rock formations and hiking trails. (no campsites but a great place for a day trip
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