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Old 12-06-2011, 05:15 AM   #1
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Hello

Well, after about 2 years of research and looking we just purchased our first TT. A 27ft. Komfort 27TSG.

We are new to this style of camping, but have been avid campers for years renting cabins. Of course we started in tents back in the days when sleeping on a rock was OK.

We are also boaters so we are hoping to extend our fishing range as well as always having a comfortable place to relax at the end of a long day on the water.

We think we purchased the right size trailer the 1st time. We really experienced a lot of 3ft itis with our boats starting out with a 12ft Hi-Laker and now a 28ft cabin cruiser.

Anyway, This site looks to be a wealth of information and I look forward to digging in!
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Hi FishaPalooza, and welcome. I am new here also. This forum is very active with lots of information.
I know how you feel about 3' itis. We came out of boating also, however the 3' itis syndrome exists in trailers too. That is what keeps the economy going.
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Welcome to the forum and congrats on the TT. You may have to get another TT to keep your other Tow V. happy. Happy camping...
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Hi folks! Welcome to IRV2! Congrats on the new TT! Sure glad you joined the group! Have fun & God bless!
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Thanks!

Thanks everyone for the welcome. We are really looking to get out and so the adventure begins this coming Wednesday for 2 days. Just a short trip to start figuring it all out.


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Hi FishaPalooza, and welcome. I am new here also. This forum is very active with lots of information.
I know how you feel about 3' itis. We came out of boating also, however the 3' itis syndrome exists in trailers too. That is what keeps the economy going.
So you no longer boat at all? How long has it been?

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Welcome to the forum and congrats on the TT. You may have to get another TT to keep your other Tow V. happy. Happy camping...
Not to worry! My other TV is for the boat.
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