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Old 07-30-2008, 05:59 PM   #1
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Checking in as a new user from Tampa. We've owned a Class B (Great West Sprinter) and now a collapsible 31' Trailmanor, towed by a 2008 Sequoia. This model fits in our city driveway, tows like a dream, is plenty roomy with a king bed.

We had been planning on a Class A when I retire next year, but not so sure now with the gas crisis etc. We'll see - a lot will depend on storage options.

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Checking in as a new user from Tampa. We've owned a Class B (Great West Sprinter) and now a collapsible 31' Trailmanor, towed by a 2008 Sequoia. This model fits in our city driveway, tows like a dream, is plenty roomy with a king bed.

We had been planning on a Class A when I retire next year, but not so sure now with the gas crisis etc. We'll see - a lot will depend on storage options.

Glad to be aboard.
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Old 07-30-2008, 06:08 PM   #3
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Glad to have you here on the site. We have a pretty diverse group of RVers here and lots of different interest.

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Rich in Tampa...
Welcome to iRV2! You will find lots of great information from a lot of great people who are willing to share their ideas and thoughts with you...just ask!

Also...Congrats on your new Trailmanor.I am sure you will enjoy for however long you decide to keep it.

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Rich, welcome to our website and forum. Glad to have you join us. I was raised in Tampa when my folks moved there in 1959. We live in the Palmacia area. What part are you from? We hope you will be an active participant on the forum and we look forward to reading of your adventures and experiences. Good luck and stay safe.
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Old 08-07-2008, 05:19 PM   #6
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Also in South Tampa, about 3 miles from Palma Ceia. We enjoy it here. OTOH, it is hard to find decent RV storage closer than 45 minutes away.
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