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Old 05-04-2006, 09:00 AM   #1
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OK, I'm a new member,so I'm checking in. I know this whole site looks very familiar, I must have been here before & most likely been a memeber, but don't have that email anymore & don't even remember when it would have been!
I have a 2005 26'5 Lazy Daze Rear Kitchen motorhome. I wanted a small one, but the ex had to have this one. So, now he's gone (mostly because he wanted to ahve a little bit too much of a good time spending my $$) & I've got this big ole thing to drive!
I live a very minimalist lifestyle, which is how I got the $$ he wanted to spend. I do enjoy traveling & will do much more of it now. I've loved RVing since I took my 1st RV trip in 1996, 3 weeks to Yellowstone w/ 3 kids in an 19' Skyline Jammee II. We took them all over the country in that little MH & loved every minute of it! Now, it's just me in this 26' & I can't figure out what I'm suposed to do w/ most of it. It's way more than I need. I can only sit on 1 cuch at a time & it has 2, if I have guests, they can share the couch I'm on! In the Skyline, the dinette was accross from the couch, which gave more seating.
Guess I'm going to have to go traveling to figure out how to sprawl into all this space! I already have 40K miles on it, but w/fuel prices... I think I'll try to stay put a little more!
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Old 05-04-2006, 09:00 AM   #2
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OK, I'm a new member,so I'm checking in. I know this whole site looks very familiar, I must have been here before & most likely been a memeber, but don't have that email anymore & don't even remember when it would have been!
I have a 2005 26'5 Lazy Daze Rear Kitchen motorhome. I wanted a small one, but the ex had to have this one. So, now he's gone (mostly because he wanted to ahve a little bit too much of a good time spending my $$) & I've got this big ole thing to drive!
I live a very minimalist lifestyle, which is how I got the $$ he wanted to spend. I do enjoy traveling & will do much more of it now. I've loved RVing since I took my 1st RV trip in 1996, 3 weeks to Yellowstone w/ 3 kids in an 19' Skyline Jammee II. We took them all over the country in that little MH & loved every minute of it! Now, it's just me in this 26' & I can't figure out what I'm suposed to do w/ most of it. It's way more than I need. I can only sit on 1 cuch at a time & it has 2, if I have guests, they can share the couch I'm on! In the Skyline, the dinette was accross from the couch, which gave more seating.
Guess I'm going to have to go traveling to figure out how to sprawl into all this space! I already have 40K miles on it, but w/fuel prices... I think I'll try to stay put a little more!
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Old 05-04-2006, 10:34 AM   #3
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Evelyn welcome back to irv2
Your Lazy Daze MH is one of the best and we don't see many around east mostly in the west. If you have grand-kids you may want that extra room.
Enjoy the forums there are some single woman RVers on site and a forum for the ladies down below. "007"
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Evelyn, WELCOME to iRV2!!

Would invite you to give the forum main page a look, there are certainly a good many different forum s and topics to choose from....

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Welcome to the IRV2 website, look forward to your posts, enjoy your motorhome. Ed.S
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Old 05-04-2006, 02:25 PM   #6
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Welcome "wow" glad to have all new members
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WOW, welcome back to iRV2.com. I am sure you will enjoy this site and can get many good ideas as to ways to use up all that room you have in your Lazy Daze. Good luck to you and stay safe.
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