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Old 09-05-2010, 08:12 AM   #1
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Getting Ready to Head South

This will be my 1st time wintering south.....lost my co pilot in Febr so I am on my own.....booked in at Sunrise RV Resort in Apache Junction AZ....anyone have knowledge of that resort. I will also have a Touring Bike with me....hopefully it is Bike friendly.
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Old 09-10-2010, 09:35 PM   #2
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caffe,
Sorry to hear about your loss. Arizona is a great place to spend the winter with lots of sunshine. You can check out your RV park at this site. The good thing about having an RV is if you don't like where your staying just pick up and move. Enjoy your winter stay.
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We have reservations for the winter at Mesa Spirits in Mesa, AZ. The area is super bike friendly. We were notified that the mother in law is not doing well health wise. We may have to change plans and head to WV. I haven't stayed in the MH in serious cold weather, could be a challenge and not much bike riding. Enjoy the winter in AZ.
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