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Old 07-15-2008, 08:58 AM   #1
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Wow, what a nice fair ground here in St Paul. Well laid out and shady. So far I have met Walt88. I'm sure there are more IRV2 members here. Pat and I have been to many seminars so far, the exhibiters opened this morning . So now it's time to shop . The Country Coach Veranda is a VERY nice concept, and it is a beautifuly constructed coach. So far, and I have not looked at all of them yet, we like the Country Coach products best. Well, we came back to the coach for some lunch and to meet up with Fantastic fan who is going to install a reversing swith on our bedroom fan. Time to go, Pat is headed for a crafting demo and I'm off hunting need to have items. More later.
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Wow, what a nice fair ground here in St Paul. Well laid out and shady. So far I have met Walt88. I'm sure there are more IRV2 members here. Pat and I have been to many seminars so far, the exhibiters opened this morning . So now it's time to shop . The Country Coach Veranda is a VERY nice concept, and it is a beautifuly constructed coach. So far, and I have not looked at all of them yet, we like the Country Coach products best. Well, we came back to the coach for some lunch and to meet up with Fantastic fan who is going to install a reversing swith on our bedroom fan. Time to go, Pat is headed for a crafting demo and I'm off hunting need to have items. More later.
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Old 07-19-2008, 04:02 AM   #3
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We were there also, just left Friday AM. We had a good time, went to a few of the seminars. I thought a couple of the seminars were good, but I wish they would spend more time on how to fix things when they break rather then just describe how the equipment is supposed to work.

Looked over most of the new coaches, including the Country Coach you mentioned. Really liked Bob Tiffin's products. I think the quality on his coaches are some of the best on the market. If, and I say, IF, I get to a position to trade my gasser for a diesel, I believe one of his Phaeton's will be my choice. We're now in Forest City, Iowa. Spent the night at Pilot Knob State Park. If you ever come here don't stay at this SP, go into town and stay at their city park. It's really nice have at least 20 or so electric sites and a dump and fresh water fill station that can handle at least 10 coaches at a time. I took the Winnebago factory tour this morning, which was a mistake, got here the same time the Winnebago Grand National Owners Rally is going on. Little ole' town is packed with Winnie owners. Probably a bunch coming down from the FMCA convention.
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Old 07-21-2008, 06:38 PM   #4
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I'm with you Tom, the Pheaton is at the top of my list too. I agree the seminars I attended were boring. I gleened no new info from them. If you read the owners manuals of your products, they repeat the same things as in the manuals The others were straight sales pitchs. Say hi to Mr Lightning (DriVer) he's the one with the warm glow at the GNA Rally.
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Old 07-22-2008, 06:29 PM   #5
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I was there too. Got in Saturday night. No one know what to do, so parked at the sign in place. Wasn't there 20 minutes and my dog run into a electrical box and had to get five stitches.
Too many carts were running around, almost got run over a couple of times. A little hot and humid for me. Did you all see the coach with a porch?
Was a lot of fun.
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