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Old 02-20-2014, 05:47 PM   #1
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We've been reading the forums on this site for a long time, but never actually joined. Now, we're here! We've been fulltimers for 2 years, wandering until last Sept, now spending the winter as park hosts north of Dallas. This site was invaluable in researching the ins and outs of fulltiming before taking the plunge. We're glad to be here!
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It's great to have another Toy Hauler user here.

Here's hoping that you share all about Full-Timing in a TH!

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Thanks for the warm welcome. Scarab, we'll try to write about fulltiming ina toy hauler, I never really thought about it being different than in a "regular" fifth wheel, but I suppose it is in some ways.
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Thanks for the warm welcome. Scarab, we'll try to write about fulltiming ina toy hauler, I never really thought about it being different than in a "regular" fifth wheel, but I suppose it is in some ways.
Oh ya'... the garage becomes whatever you want it to be when unloaded.

Of course if you just load and unload the bike for each ride, then it is just the little things like having a shop for projects or a place to store wet boots and overcoats that is away from the carpet and fine wood. Or, like us that is where the dogs go when we step away.

Our garage makes a world of difference from our last RV.

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The bike stays out whenever we're parked, and the garage becomes his office and my sewing/craft room. It's so great! The mess stays contained, and once the door is shut it's like a completly separate room. That helps a lot with the constant togetherness of fulltiming, and with the fact that he loves TV and I can't stand it! It's also a wonderful screened room in nice weather. The biggest concern is packing everything to keep the weight evenly distributed with a 900+ lb. bike.
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