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Old 02-15-2008, 01:16 PM   #1
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Hi all: Wife and I own 02 Winnebago Journey 36DL on FL XC chassis w/330 CAT C7/Allison 3000. We are from Indy and have FT since June 05 after 31 yrs Army/DOD and 16 yrs envir engr. We scuba dive & backcountry hike. We tow a 25' cargo trailer with dive boat hung in boat lift, GoldWing bike and 95 Jeep Wrangler. From time to time, we need suggestions for better operations and this site has been great. THANKS all.
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Hi all: Wife and I own 02 Winnebago Journey 36DL on FL XC chassis w/330 CAT C7/Allison 3000. We are from Indy and have FT since June 05 after 31 yrs Army/DOD and 16 yrs envir engr. We scuba dive & backcountry hike. We tow a 25' cargo trailer with dive boat hung in boat lift, GoldWing bike and 95 Jeep Wrangler. From time to time, we need suggestions for better operations and this site has been great. THANKS all.
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Old 02-15-2008, 02:42 PM   #3
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Spooky;

Welcome to IRV2 the friendliest site on the Internet IMHO. Feel free to ask questions. We have a great group of folks here with lots of experience who love to answer questions. You have a great coach. The Winnebago Journey is a very popular motor home.

Request a Moderator to put Winnebago Karma below your name and it will happen. Also we have a Winnebago Chat on Tuesday nights at 9 PM EST. Please feel free to join us if you wish.

Post often and keep us advised of your adventures.

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Good to know, we are not full-timers, but I wondered what one would do if they needed a car as well as their toys...

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Welcome to the forum and good to meet another vet. I used to do scuba diving but disabilities have stopped that fun.
Glad to have you here and dont hesitate to ask questions. I am sure you will find the answers you seek.
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Spooky...
I would like to welcome you to iRV2! I feel it is the friendliest & most knowledgable RV forum on the web

May I also suggest traveling down to the Winnebago forum..and ask for some "Karma" there. It doesn't cost a cent but it adds a little more commraderie to you!

Again...Welcome to iRV2...please visit & post often!!

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