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Old 10-31-2010, 08:43 AM   #1
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Greetings from Maryland!

I just wanted to pop in and say "Hi" and thanks already for all the information I've picked up from the forums since I joined up the other day!

My wife and I are first-timers with a Daybreak 35BD. We were going to wait until we retired before we bought a coach, but after thinking about things decided to take the plunge now so we can enjoy it with our boys (almost 12 and 14). We bought a Daybreak 3211 in August, then traded up to the 35BD at the beginning of October - I know, we're nuts! But it was a good move for us and we love the 35BD (and the boys love the bunk beds - LOL!).

We started off with a tow dolly to haul my Toyota Solara around, but when my wife's van got totalled in an accident last month (everyone walked away, although my wrist is still screwed up - don't try to honk the horn where the airbag comes out if you see the impact coming!), we used the money to get a Honda CR-V and had it modified to tow four-down. THAT has been a huge improvement! Sort of odd how things work out sometimes...

We've been out on five trips since August and have three planned for November, plus a longer jaunt to Disney World in December. If we could go full-timing right now, we would!

Anyway, that's probably more than anybody wanted to know, but thanks again for the support and information you have here!

Mike Hicks

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Old 10-31-2010, 09:41 AM   #2
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We are glad you Joined us. Congratulation on the purchase of your Daybreak. You will be making memories for your boys that will last a lifetime. Post often and share your RV adventures with us. Don't be afraid to ask questions as we have a great group here who like to help when they can.

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