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Old 08-07-2016, 11:43 PM   #6833
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Decided to cut back on the travels and spend more time in one place during the summer. Now our baby will be parked for four or five months every summer.
http://www.mountainviewsrv.com/rv-resort-lots.html
Too pricey for me. Sure glad I can stay at military campgrounds for half the price. Nicer too usually, not to mention more security.

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Old 08-07-2016, 11:51 PM   #6834
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Got a new to us tow vehicle. Kind of overkill for our 23 foot TT but I don't care. 😀
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Old 08-08-2016, 08:53 AM   #6835
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Got a new to us tow vehicle. Kind of overkill for our 23 foot TT but I don't care. ��
Nice upgrade. You will absolutely be pleased with how it will tow your trailer. And you have room for a RV upgrade.
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Old 08-08-2016, 01:46 PM   #6836
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Got a new to us tow vehicle. Kind of overkill for our 23 foot TT but I don't care. ��
good looking truck..

FYI, on the television show RV...... a guy purchased a New popup and had a 350 dually to pull it. so you are Golden.
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Old 08-08-2016, 07:36 PM   #6837
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Got a new to us tow vehicle. Kind of overkill for our 23 foot TT but I don't care. 😀
Beautiful truck - but my daughter was "overtrucked" and it actually beat her 23' TT pretty bad. That rear suspension is not very forgiving and she was actually catching air under the travel trailer on the interstates that have worn concrete. She just traded for a 5er.
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Decided to cut back on the travels and spend more time in one place during the summer. Now our baby will be parked for four or five months every summer.
http://www.mountainviewsrv.com/rv-resort-lots.html
Love that park - close to Lake City, Creede, South Fork. We try to stay every fall but haven't been able to last couple of years. We have this pic on the back of our coach with our moniker - just west of you on the road to Lake City.
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Decided to cut back on the travels and spend more time in one place during the summer. Now our baby will be parked for four or five months every summer.
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Looks like a gorgeous place! Congratulations!
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I have the complete series on DVD for the house, but I found Seasons One and Two of the Adventures of Superman, starring George Reeves, for the RV for $6.99 a set.

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Old 08-09-2016, 03:46 PM   #6845
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I have the complete series on DVD for the house, but I found Seasons One and Two of the Adventures of Superman, starring George Reeves, for the RV for $6.99 a set.

As I recall the Superman series were in black and white.
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As I recall the Superman series were in black and white.
Yes, the first two seasons (1951 and 1953) were black & white. Those are the ones I got for the RV. From 1954 to 1957, they were filmed in color. But, they were broadcast in black & white until about 1965. When they started broadcasting in color, it gave the show additional longevity in syndication.
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