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Old 03-16-2014, 02:18 PM   #1
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Best photo of your RV

I've noticed none of the shots of my RV, even in spectacular scenery, are very interesting. I wonder if anyone here ever got a shot of their RV that they are especially happy with.
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I've noticed none of the shots of my RV, even in spectacular scenery, are very interesting. I wonder if anyone here ever got a shot of their RV that they are especially happy with.
I've found that it's very tricky, but I have gotten some that I like.
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Old 03-16-2014, 02:39 PM   #3
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I like this one in a Washington St park. Nice big trees and you can see the shine from Red Pro #3.
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That wouldn't be on 12 near Bryce NP would it Clifftall? Good shot, anyway.

aauummm, nice shots as well.
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That wouldn't be on 12 near Bryce NP would it Clifftall? Good shot, anyway. aauummm, nice shots as well.
You are correct.
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You are correct.
Very cool...seems like it was only yesterday. The saying that "Man made the East, but God made the West" sure applies to the area. We HAVE to go back!
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Lake Erie, MI. That's a ship in the background.
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This is it !

OK you asked for the best, right?

This photo was the best because we had just parked our new/used MH for the first night to sleep in it. After a 7:00 a.m. flight out of Detroit to Ft. Lauderdale, doing the deal, heading north and stopping at a walley world for $600 worth of basic's (we had nothing) we we're BOGGLED. The DW said lets just run the gennie and air (it was 90 deg. that night) and sleep here for the night. We ended up staying up till midnight scrubbing and claening until we crashed.The next 3 day's going home were absolute heaven and one we won't soon forget.
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I was very happy and enjoyed camping in my Dad's first homebuilt motorhome. Early 1960's era.



50 years later, my DW and I and dog travel in this 2006 Winnebago Journey.
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That 1960's pic is sick.

Love the long boards straped to the side of the unit.
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"...A shot of my RV that I'm especially happy with?" ...Well, that would be a shot on any day that we are heading out-of-town! LOL! \ken
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