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Old 10-03-2010, 07:31 AM   #1
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I have been reading irv2 since July of this year. I appreciate all the information I have learned here.

My wife and I purchased a very clean 2000 Pace Arrow late August. Our first big adventure was driving it from Ohio to Eastern North Carolina. We were to come down route 77 but I forgot to turn the voice on my GPS and was so focused on driving that we were in the eastern WV mountains before I knew it. After driving through the Canaan Valley and those mountain roads my home state is a cinch to drive in.

I am sitting in a CG this morning for my first time ever. We have had the most relaxed weekend that I can remember. We are heading to the Outer Banks later this month and already can't wait.

Thanks to everyone who participates on this site. I read it every morning and have learned so much.
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Welcome to the world of RVing! And thanks for selecting IRV2 = the friendly forum with the best admins.

That may have been a little angel on your shoulder event - that part of WV is a do not miss trip we have enjoyed for over 30 years in every Rv we have owned. In fact labor day we had the MoHo at COE craig campground for 4 nights of relaxation.
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