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Old 02-20-2010, 10:08 AM   #29
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Congratulations ghostrider! That's one pretty rig! Love the color.

And, congratulations jasper! Thought I'd let you know that we had an 08 32H Voyage (same floorplan). We loved it! Great floor plan. We had absolutely no problems with the slides or anything. Wonderful rig.

When you pick it up, ask your dealer to point out the weep holes on the big slide. They need to be cleaned out periodically (with a toothpick or paper clip) to keep the slide locks from filling up in a heavy rain. (That happened once!)

The only reason we traded was we started fulltiming and decided to move up to a DP in November. Love our new Tour but still have a place in our hearts for that 32H.

It'll be worth the wait!


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Time to test the patience of a Saint

To help pass the time (3months on average I believe) you could plan her first Maiden Journey

Congrats to you both and I hope time passes quickly and your journeys are many in her...

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Old 02-20-2010, 11:05 AM   #31
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Yes we, put an order in for the 32H. Dark sage with cedar edge interior. Now the wait begins. Thanks for all your help. I think Nancy is more excited than I am if thats possible.
Congratulations on your decision to order the 32H. I know the wait will seem for ever. As a long time business owner I learned how to make the winter go fast. I would go to the bank and borrow $20,000 on a 90 day note and before hardly no time the note came due.

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Boris and Natasha (I like that), Thanks for the tip regarding the weep holes on the big slide. We'll add that to our PDI check list. It's also comforting to know that you had no issues with your Voyage. We'll post pictures once we get it.

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That is very very nice. Congrats
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Old 02-23-2010, 07:17 AM   #34
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NICE !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Old 04-16-2010, 12:10 PM   #35
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Nice coach man. Great colors.
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Old 04-24-2010, 08:16 PM   #36
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Welcome to our world. Congrats and good wishes from Rick and Julia.
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Old 05-06-2010, 07:09 AM   #37
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Originally Posted by ghostrider View Post
I would say the dark color is a very dark brown that even looks black in some light. It is definitely not green. The lighter color is a brownish gray/green which is probably what they call the sage.

Here is a picture of us leaving the dealership and heading home.
Ghostrider, We picked up our new Adventurer last week and we both really like the color. We're very happy we went with it instead of one of the lighter configurations. Thanks for your help.
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Congratulations Ghosrider!
Your new rig is beautiful and I am sure that you will enjoy it.

The side view cameras are great once you get used to them. I rely on the mirrors and will continue to do so. That said, the cameras are a nice extra measure and I tend to scan the monitor just after using the mirrors. This takes some getting used to, meaning not taking your eyes of the road in front of you for too long.
In addition, like others have pointed out, seeing who is knocking at the door, distance to the picnic table, and so on, is really nice.
I will admit one time with my old rig when driving solo and not having properly secured the windshield curtains, traffic came to a sudden halt. I was driving in the center of three lanes. As soon as I hit the brakes the Curtain on the passenger side slid partially closed completely blocking my view of the right mirror! How do you move to the right hand lane and to the shoulder to reopen the curtain? Well it was a challenge but I managed to do it without destroying anything, those cameras would have been really nice then!

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