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Old 01-13-2011, 06:25 AM   #1
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We're excited...

We had a 33' Seabreeze back in the mid 90's and sold it. We haven't done any Rving for about 15 years. Now that we are retired we plan take advantage of our free time. We just finalized the deal on our new to us 2004 Damon Escaper 4076. This is our first DP and we are sure that we will have many questions. That's why we are here.
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Old 01-13-2011, 07:04 AM   #2
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Very nice looking coach. Good luck in your travels....
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Old 01-13-2011, 10:05 AM   #3
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Nice looking rig! My only question, what took you so long to come back?!
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Let the good times roll.........Nice looking motorhome. Many happy fun filled milles.
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Nice looking coach ! Enjoy & safe travels !
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Very nice rig. Welcome home.
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As the saying goes happy trails to you hopefully one day I can become retired.
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Nice looking rig! My only question, what took you so long to come back?!
We were both working and doing a lot of business travel that most of the time also took away our weekends. So we decided to put our Rving plans on hold until our jobs went away. The wife recently retired so it was "game on" for our Rving. We have both traveled all over this country and Europe by plane. No it's time to take it easy a stroll down the road and enjoy every bit of our beautiful country. We would also like to visit our neighbors to the north on our way to Alaska.Hope to see you all along the road.
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Congratulations -- VERY nice coach. May you travel many miles and create lasting memories.

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Nice really Nice.Enjoy the traveling Make many friend and memories along the way.

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Great looking ride. enjoy!!!
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Thanks to all of you that replied to the thread. Safe and happy trails to each and every one of you.
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Okay now.............wheels down, feet up, relax, relax, relax, relax.............you earned it.
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That is one nice coach. I like the floor plan and the comfy looking furniture. Happy travels, Joe
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