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Old 11-07-2011, 08:07 PM   #1
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Finally got a stronger tow vehicle!!!

I've been saving to buy my coworkers Jeep but found this 97 Ford Explorer with only 70000 miles on it. I've got a reliable mechanic fixing a few minor issues but it should be ready to tow next week. The hills should be a bit easier than with the Kia Sedona I was towing my 19 footer with. Just in time too. I landed a workamping job in New Hampshire in the spring so I'll finally be a fulltimer!
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Where in New Hampshire will you be?
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Chocorua KOA , I think Conway is the closest town. I've never been there but have visited New Hampshire and loved it.
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