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Old 05-30-2015, 07:38 AM   #1
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Buying a MH is a big process and daunting at times. We have a lot to learn but already have camped twice with it and put a lot of miles on it bringing it home to MI from Texas. She sits in the driveway as I type. Looking forward to many short trips this summer.

Our MH
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Old 05-30-2015, 07:50 AM   #2
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Lynne,
We had one that looked just like yours parked next to us here in South Carolina, they left yesterday, I am not sure which model name was on it. Anyways, I told Rita, there is Lynne and Jerry's new MH. Now you can have lots of enjoyment and come join the rest of us. By the way, your coach looks good.
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Frank,


We like it. Needs cleaning and waxing and some interior cleaning, but all in time.


Plan a few (close to home) camping trips just for fun and learning. Take some time getting to know her. Looking forward to most of it.


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Nice coach, you will have fun times with it.
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Lynne and Jerry;
Must be very satisfying to be at home looking at a very good looking rig sitting in the driveway. I see it already looks like "home" with a coffee cup sitting on the table. Very inviting.

Short trips, driveway camping and even a longer getaway will all be very satisfying. Learning is a gradual process that never ends. Just when you think you know it all something will come up to challenge you or just it seems to humble you.

IMO the important thing is to get out, relax and enjoy your unit. Just know things will happen and the two of you will figure it out. Everyone does things slightly different so develop a system that works for the two of you.
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Shes a beauty Lynne. So very happy for the both of you. The most important learning curve is not to hit things with it. The rest is gravy as they say. Glad to read you and Jerry are home safe & sound and that you enjoyed yourselves.
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View out our wndow

Don't know who it was who said " the view out YOUR MH window is the best " but they were right.
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Congrats, Lynne and Jerry! Glad you made it home safely, and I hope you have many happy miles in your new RV.
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Congrats and enjoy your travels. Nice looking coach.
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Well,

Buying a MH is a big process and daunting at times. We have a lot to learn but already have camped twice with it and put a lot of miles on it bringing it home to MI from Texas. She sits in the driveway as I type. Looking forward to many short trips this summer.

Our MH
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I believe you picked a good first RV. May your time spent it be filled with joy, love, and family fun.
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Congrats on your new coach.
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