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Old 05-21-2010, 08:11 PM   #1
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Hawaii to Huntington Beach to the road

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My wife and I were transferred back from Hawaii to California before I was laid off in a force reduction. We are in the process of buying our 2nd Class A and hoping to retire and turn into nomads in comfort.

We are lusting after the 2010 Discovery 40x and sharpening our pencils to see if we can afford it. The current plan is to go full time for a year or more and see the rest of this great country, visit the national parks, take our kids and Grandkids and maybe even my parents (in their 80's).

We had a 1993 Bounder Diesel in the late 90's. My interior decorator wife completely remodeled the interior and we actually sold it at a good profit after living in it for a year and getting addicted to the lifestyle. Our son married a French girl he met in Berkeley. We picked them up in the motor home with her parents on their first trip to the US. Wonderful memories.

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Huntington Beach is on my list to visit!
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