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Old 09-01-2012, 03:34 PM   #15
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Hey Arnolds! Haven't heard much out of you guys lately. So how's life in Palazzo heaven. MHSRV finally got a 33.2 in but then it sold before we could get down to look at it. Their 33.1 has been sitting on the lot for months now. We are leaning toward the 33.2 because my wife has to have a washer/dryer. But better go. She's after me to go get her some yogurt icecream as in 30 mins ago.
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Old 09-01-2012, 04:04 PM   #16
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Hi Guys, NICE looking coach!!!
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Old 09-02-2012, 12:41 PM   #17
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Hey Arnolds! Haven't heard much out of you guys lately. So how's life in Palazzo heaven. MHSRV finally got a 33.2 in but then it sold before we could get down to look at it. Their 33.1 has been sitting on the lot for months now. We are leaning toward the 33.2 because my wife has to have a washer/dryer. But better go. She's after me to go get her some yogurt icecream as in 30 mins ago.
Well all is going well with no problems to report. I have responded to other Palazzo threads on iRV2 discussing experiences with other Palazzo owners. We did do a 2000 mile trip through upper Michigan and it was wonderful. My fuel mileage is getting better and I am averaging about 10.9 MPG with the last fill up being 12.3 MPG. I keep the speed down, 60-64 and I am not pulling a toad at the moment so I expect I will loose something once we start towing.

I learned something from your post, I did not know that you could get a washer/dryer as an option on the 33.2. Good luck with your search and I hope you find one that meets your needs!
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Old 09-02-2012, 12:57 PM   #18
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What Beauty! You guys enjoy it to fullest and travel safe!
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The question is when are you going into partial retirement, we can't yet but will not until your retired LOL 20 more months at min for us then probably part timers for work and part timers for RV motorhome! base to base to base for military retirees.
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The question is when are you going into partial retirement, we can't yet but will not until your retired LOL 20 more months at min for us then probably part timers for work and part timers for RV motorhome! base to base to base for military retirees.
I see you found iRV2! As for retirement...I went to PT on 1 Oct working Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday from the office and just responding to email the other 2 days from home, RV, or where ever. I will try this for awhile to see if I like the part time stuff, if not, I will go fill time retired next year, wich is not too far away
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Old 10-22-2012, 07:03 PM   #21
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Old 10-31-2012, 07:48 PM   #22
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Sounds very exciting! Keep posting pics! Happy travels!
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Yeah, finding space for my crafting, beading and card making is an issue also. I have a room in our house that is almost as big as the MH! If you find good solutions, let me know any tricks or hints.
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Now that you are 95% retired are you going to post your travels so we can get green with envey for all us that are still working after our military retirement, we are booked in to McDill starting December 27th expect to be there at least 2 months working from a GE lap top full time as required......safe travels Jack and Karen
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Now that you are 95% retired are you going to post your travels so we can get green with envey for all us that are still working after our military retirement, we are booked in to McDill starting December 27th expect to be there at least 2 months working from a GE lap top full time as required......safe travels Jack and Karen
95% retired? you would of not known it for the past two weeks...they kept calling me in for this meeting and that meeting plus tossing in a couple of conference calls along the way

In any event we are headed out this Friday for a few weeks in warmer weather plus I need to stop by Freightliner in Gaffney SC to get my 1 year service.

McDill in December sounds like fun...maybe we will run into one another somewhere in Florida in January/February?

Take care and well wishes to you and your DW!
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Very nice. A diesel with mid entry. Have fun with your new rig.
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