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Old 06-01-2011, 08:35 AM   #1
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Can't Stop Smiling....

Good Morning All,

Thanks to many of your tips and advice, we are thoroughly enjoying our new (to us) Revolution. Have been out for 4 long weekends so far and every single time I walk in the door, I can't help but smile and say to myself..."I love this coach...!!!" I want to be in it all the time; cleaning, cooking, rearranging the pillows and throw rugs, etc... I want to show it off to the world... Does anyone else have this surreal feeling of being beside themselves with delight at their coach? I think that I am becoming obsessed with our Big Baby...LOL!!! Hubby justs laughs and shakes his head...

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I'm smiling too. RVing in a big rig is a first-class way to see our beautiful America and the great people that also enjoy this lifestyle.
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Old 06-01-2011, 10:53 AM   #3
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I'm smiling too. RVing in a big rig is a first-class way to see our beautiful America and the great people that also enjoy this lifestyle.
Ditto. When we took delivery of our new DP in 2007 it was our first RV of any kind and we headed off cross country right away. I'm sure I gave a lot of seasoned folks a good laugh since I couldn't help but take pictures of it in nearly every new campsite we set up in.

Keep on lovin' it! That's a beautiful coach you've got there!

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Good Morning All,

Thanks to many of your tips and advice, we are thoroughly enjoying our new (to us) Revolution. Have been out for 4 long weekends so far and every single time I walk in the door, I can't help but smile and say to myself..."I love this coach...!!!" I want to be in it all the time; cleaning, cooking, rearranging the pillows and throw rugs, etc... I want to show it off to the world... Does anyone else have this surreal feeling of being beside themselves with delight at their coach? I think that I am becoming obsessed with our Big Baby...LOL!!! Hubby justs laughs and shakes his head...

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Sounds like fulltiming might be in your future.
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Sounds like you are still on your honeymoon. First time you have to change it's diaper the new smell fades some!
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I can't help but smile and say to myself..."I love this coach...!!!" I want to be in it all the time;
I can relate. We recently upgraded our rig and I feel the same way. I just love being in it, using it, etc. I'm sure that the giddiness will wear off but I never got tired of using our old rig and we had it 11+ years.
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like buying a new car; enjoy, the honeymoon.
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Good Morning All,

Thanks to many of your tips and advice, we are thoroughly enjoying our new (to us) Revolution. Have been out for 4 long weekends so far and every single time I walk in the door, I can't help but smile and say to myself..."I love this coach...!!!" I want to be in it all the time; cleaning, cooking, rearranging the pillows and throw rugs, etc... I want to show it off to the world... Does anyone else have this surreal feeling of being beside themselves with delight at their coach? I think that I am becoming obsessed with our Big Baby...LOL!!! Hubby justs laughs and shakes his head...

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We do as well.....I tell GF she's nesting! Makes me smile too!.
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We've owned ours for 6 years and still get excited when we go somewhere. We haven't been able to travel for about a month and it's driving us crazy. Infact we spent two nights last weekend in it since it's parked in the backyard. Had a great time. We love ours too!
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We have an antique Beast, but just can't spend enough time in her!! Can't imagine how we'll feel once we get a newer model to LIVE in!!
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