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Old 06-26-2014, 03:27 PM   #15
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Just so you know, it is not uncommon to get to -40 in the winter in Minnesota.

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Old 06-26-2014, 03:44 PM   #16
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had a 2009 Terra kept it 6 months and traded it in on a 40 ft DP main reason was the road and engine noise when travelling it was hard to carry on a converstion when travelling. The DP is so quiet and hardly feel the road but more expensive to maintain


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Agreeing with some of the above...We really enjoyed Sault Ste Marie last Sept. and Aune Osborne CG was nice being right by the river. Good winery/restaurant opposite the locks and the scenic boat tour through the locks was worth it to us. St. Ignace was interesting and good stop for Mac Island day trip. They had fireworks several nights around Labor day. Did not walk the bridge on Labor Day because it's one way all the way across or nothing, and we just wanted to walk out half way and come back.

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