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Old 06-10-2010, 09:35 AM   #29
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Thom, here is the link for the floor plan. The bunks are just about the biggest out there.

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Thanks wnytaxman,

That is a super layout for kids/grandkids.

I have been in a bunk going 70 mph down the interstate, slept like a baby, woke up two states later.
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Old 06-17-2010, 09:43 PM   #30
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Ya don't call that camping ;-) Nice rig, have fun with her.
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Old 10-05-2010, 01:00 PM   #31
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Ya don't call that camping ;-) Nice rig, have fun with her.

One of my clients was picking on me and said that our rig wasn't camping and camping is roughing it. I told him we do rough it, when we went to Gaffney, SC, and Camp Freightliner we didn't have cable! I don't think he appreciated my humor.
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Old 10-06-2010, 08:42 AM   #32
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Old 10-06-2010, 09:14 AM   #33
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One of my clients was picking on me and said that our rig wasn't camping and camping is roughing it. I told him we do rough it, when we went to Gaffney, SC, and Camp Freightliner we didn't have cable! I don't think he appreciated my humor.
Some people are like that which makes camping great cause of the diversity of people who go camping.
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Hey that nice rig is the end result of reaching a long term goal.

I would say that it took savings, persistence and hard work.

It is something for all of us to teach or younger generation.

What is wrong with that and am I correct?
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What a great rig, have fun with it!
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Old 10-09-2010, 03:36 PM   #37
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Hey that nice rig is the end result of reaching a long term goal.

I would say that it took savings, persistence and hard work.

It is something for all of us to teach or younger generation.

What is wrong with that and am I correct?
Thomask,

I'm a self employed CPA that works 80 hour weeks during tax season and pretty consistent 50 hour weeks the rest of the year. So to answer your question, YES!

It is difficult to find someone under the age of 40 that does have the old time work ethic and drive we were brought up with. Times have changed, but take heart, there are still people out there under the age of 40 who bust their hump, but there just aren't a lot of them.
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One of my clients was picking on me and said that our rig wasn't camping and camping is roughing it. I told him we do rough it, when we went to Gaffney, SC, and Camp Freightliner we didn't have cable! I don't think he appreciated my humor.
The people that say that would buy a Class A, B, C or any type of camper if the price was right!
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Thom, here is the link for the floor plan. The bunks are just about the biggest out there.

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Thanks wnytaxman.

She has a beautiful layout, if I may say again...
my little grandkids would love those bunks.
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I'm a self employed CPA that works 80 hour weeks during tax season and pretty consistent 50 hour weeks the rest of the year. So to answer your question, YES!

It is difficult to find someone under the age of 40 that does have the old time work ethic and drive we were brought up with. Times have changed, but take heart, there are still people out there under the age of 40 who bust their hump, but there just aren't a lot of them.
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My hat is off to you, sir. You are right on point. I have several great friends that are CPAs and I know that it is a very demanding profession. Enjoy the fruits of your labor with that new coach you have there.
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