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Old 03-03-2007, 01:39 PM   #1
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Hello to all from Central PA. I am relatively new to RV'ing, having purchased an old Midas Class C last year. After the usual mistakes that newbie RV'ers make when they fail to take the advice of experienced folks, we took our first major trip from PA to Key West in December, stopping at Disneyworld on the return trip.

I, a person who HATED camping, am now HOOKED! In spite of the fact that there were 5 of us in our small Midas, we had the time of our life. We came back from Florida and immediately made a deal on a larger Class A, and are already planning for numerous trips in the coming year.

I am in the process of documenting our entire process from acquisition of the RV to our decision to upgrade on a Blog. Being a pig-headed fool, I am the poster child for the mistakes one can make in jumping into the RV lifestyle, and hopefully I can convince some other pig-headed fool to listen to more experienced folks! Check out my blog at eagle-5.blogspot.com.
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Hello to all from Central PA. I am relatively new to RV'ing, having purchased an old Midas Class C last year. After the usual mistakes that newbie RV'ers make when they fail to take the advice of experienced folks, we took our first major trip from PA to Key West in December, stopping at Disneyworld on the return trip.

I, a person who HATED camping, am now HOOKED! In spite of the fact that there were 5 of us in our small Midas, we had the time of our life. We came back from Florida and immediately made a deal on a larger Class A, and are already planning for numerous trips in the coming year.

I am in the process of documenting our entire process from acquisition of the RV to our decision to upgrade on a Blog. Being a pig-headed fool, I am the poster child for the mistakes one can make in jumping into the RV lifestyle, and hopefully I can convince some other pig-headed fool to listen to more experienced folks! Check out my blog at eagle-5.blogspot.com.
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