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Old 03-31-2015, 06:21 AM   #1
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Spring Break

I think time as slowed down as I near the departure on our first big trip with the new RV. We are heading from Indiana to Destin, FL on Thursday (4/2) after the boy gets out of school. We will travel with a buddy that will be making his first big trip with a 38' Fifth Wheel on a new truck. I suppose that doubles our chances of trouble as we drive over 700 miles each way with nearly 50,000 pounds.

Are there any other non-retired, family RV'ers chomping at the bit for Spring Break?

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Here's hoping you leave Westfield, Indiana, in sunny 70 degree weather. My grandson is pitching that day. Go Panthers. Have fun and safe travels to you. ( I mean Wednesday, thank goodness for editing )

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Well I'm very happy for the kid, Shut them Purdue boys down in 5 innings on a one hitter. Sure don't take after Grandpa, (Davenport, Mi.}
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We are retired, but excited to be taking our 3 grandkids to Myrtle Beach during their spring break. Have a safe trip and have fun.
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