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Old 04-14-2010, 06:43 PM   #1
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first trip!!

any thoughts on place to stay in Tuscan,Az? 29ft. "c" fourwinds 5000 no toad.
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any thoughts on place to stay in Tuscan,Az? 29ft. "c" fourwinds 5000 no toad.
I don't think you can do much better than Beaudry RV in Tuscon!
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A lot of the snowbirds are gone and there will be space with the off season rates.
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Hi All; Just back from Tuscon,Beaudry R.V. Park is REALLY nice. Thanks for the tip....Had a great time and the coach worked out fine too!!
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