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Old 05-04-2006, 08:05 AM   #1
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Pat and I have been waiting for this time for years and have finally gotten our new Motor Home, 2006 Monaco Diplomat 38 with two slides. I will retire June 1st and we will start touring the US. We will be pulling a 05 Honda Pilot with Blue Ox towbar and base plate and using the brakemaster auxiliary brake system. This is our first MH and the size is a little intimadating but we will be taking it slow and learn as we go. We wil see you on the road.

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Old 05-04-2006, 08:05 AM   #2
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Pat and I have been waiting for this time for years and have finally gotten our new Motor Home, 2006 Monaco Diplomat 38 with two slides. I will retire June 1st and we will start touring the US. We will be pulling a 05 Honda Pilot with Blue Ox towbar and base plate and using the brakemaster auxiliary brake system. This is our first MH and the size is a little intimadating but we will be taking it slow and learn as we go. We wil see you on the road.

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Old 05-04-2006, 08:22 AM   #3
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Congrats on your new rig and your up-coming retirement. I'm sure you will learn things as you go. If we can help you with anything, please give us a shout. There is a wealth of information here on this site.
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Larry and Pat,CONGRATULATIONS on the new rig and the upcoming retirement and WELCOME to iRV2 as well!!

As Mike as already said,there's a trememndous amount of information here,posted by some really good folks just like yourselves!

Enjoy the new coach and tell us more when you get the chance...
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Larry,
Congrats on the new moho. I was wondering where you store that propane bottle when you travel?
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Canuck,

The propane bottle belongs to the RV camp and is available for long term tenants. We are short term and not hooked up.

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Larry and Pat Calfee, Congratulations on getting your new coach, that June 1st retirement date will roll-up real quick, enjoy your retirement and your 06 Monaco. Ed.S
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