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Old 05-04-2011, 11:22 PM   #1
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New 2011 Keystone Residence

Model 402BH.

This is our new home on wheels. We just downsized from a 2-story home to this. No more Class "A" parked in the storage either. Heck --- we couldn't afford to put the fuel in it and go anywhere. We currently live in the Tacoma area of Washington and are parking in Graham, Washington for the summer and then heading down to Oregon in the Fall for a more permanent location.

We're pretty excited going from a home to RV, but here goes nothing!!!
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Wow that's a big'n! Congratulations on the new home, looks awesome.
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Old 05-05-2011, 07:34 AM   #3
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Very, very nice. Congrats, I am sure you will love your new life style.
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Old 05-05-2011, 10:57 PM   #4
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How exciting! congratulation.
any idea of where in Oregon you might land???
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Would really like to see some indoor pictures!!! 40 footer WOW
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I found this video of the inside of the 40' home

It's on YouTube. The unfortunate thing for this particular kind of RV is that it's not meant to truck down the road constantly. It's meant to park and leave and be moved once or twice a year. Once we land in Oregon (Medford area) then we will be there to stay for awhile......

YouTube - 2011 Keystone Residence Destination Trailer, Model 402BH in Ohio
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Old 05-25-2011, 09:33 PM   #7
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model 402bh.

This is our new home on wheels. We just downsized from a 2-story home to this. No more class "a" parked in the storage either. Heck --- we couldn't afford to put the fuel in it and go anywhere. We currently live in the tacoma area of washington and are parking in graham, washington for the summer and then heading down to oregon in the fall for a more permanent location.

We're pretty excited going from a home to rv, but here goes nothing!!!

it is beautiful, does it take a semi to pull it ?
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Congrats on your new RV hope you enjoy it for many years.
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