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Old 12-17-2011, 01:59 PM   #1
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The last month in our new DRV

Some pictures over the last month of our DRV MS TKSB3. Loving full timing in it!



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Old 12-17-2011, 02:17 PM   #2
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Nice, a bit cold for us, but nice. Is this your first month fulltiming? I am assuming so, so tell us how you like it. Some of us can only dream of fulltiming at this time in our lives.
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I would sure try to avoid that white stuff in the second photo.

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Time to hook that nice looking rig together and go South.
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Great looking rig!
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Nice looking unit, it looks like all your neighbors voted to go south already.
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good looking rig
imo the drv fivers are sharp looking

nice looking rv park to

have fun with that cold white stuff
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Glad you're enjoying the MS. Ours is over 7 years old now, and we still enjoy it as much as when we picked it up in August 2004. Just one suggestion - regardless of the good insulation package, head south!!!

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I would sure try to avoid that white stuff in the second photo.Ken
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Hows the saying go, Been There Done That. We did our obligatory winter in the white stuff last year. Once is enough. Heading to FL after the New Years.
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Oh, the white stuff caught us just before we headed to Texas. We are in Mission,Tx now and enjoying the warmth. The picture of the snow is just before we left Pennsylvania and we found the DRV to weather the 20's and the 8" of snow very well. Don't mind the snow but the body feels better in the warmth.

We are loving getting into the full time life style. Been retired for 3 years, the wife 10 months and have sold the home, stuff and cars. Just looking at sites and taking it easy. Thanks for all the great comments.
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Old 12-18-2011, 02:25 PM   #12
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that snow in pa must have ben the weekend of oct 18 we sat for 6.5 hrs with our 5th on rt 15 because of a wire across the rd
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Very Nice, Palpatine. Thanks for sharing!
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Glad you are in TX now. We just bought a 2012 MS RSSB, with the vanity slide, so it looks almost exactly like yours. We had a 2007 Select Suites and were very satisfied with it. Happy traveling!
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