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Old 11-10-2011, 02:23 PM   #1
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Hello from archbold,ohio

Hello from archbold,ohio.just bought 2004 beaver patroit 41 yorktown.anything i should look out for with it.coming out of 1999 american dream.thanks terry
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Welcome to IRV2 and congratulations on your new rig. Glad you decided to join us. I can't answer your question, but there will be someone along soon to help you out. This group is really friendly and helpful. Safe travels.
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Hi & welcome to IRV2! Congrats on the new rig! I can't help on the questions but you'll get plenty of answers here! Good luck & God bless!
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Welcome and good luck with your new rig, hope you have many happy miles!!!
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Old 11-10-2011, 08:20 PM   #5
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Well, from one fellow Buckeye to another: hello there terry & . Congratulations on your new-to-you Beaver. Those are really nice coaches. Post a pic or 2 of yours so we can see it.

Am I correct in assuming you have a '38 Plymouth (your user name)?

We've been up near you. Stayed at Sauder Village: & ate at The Home Restaurant & Ickey's. I like that the campground has access to the pool at the hotel.

We've got a small, fairly active camping group from NE OH & W PA that posts outtings in the North Central Region/Pond Piggies Forums. You're most welcome to join in on any & we love meeting new folks. Also, if you're out & about, you can post & maybe one or more of us can meet up with you.

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well, from one fellow buckeye to another: Hello there terry & . Congratulations on your new-to-you beaver. Those are really nice coaches. Post a pic or 2 of yours so we can see it.

Am i correct in assuming you have a '38 plymouth (your user name)?

We've been up near you. Stayed at sauder village: & ate at the home restaurant & ickey's. I like that the campground has access to the pool at the hotel.

We've got a small, fairly active camping group from ne oh & w pa that posts outtings in the north central region/pond piggies forums. You're most welcome to join in on any & we love meeting new folks. Also, if you're out & about, you can post & maybe one or more of us can meet up with you.

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yes i have a 38 plymouth streetrod,also a prowler to play with.i'm the chrysler dodge jeep ram dealer here.i eat at icks a couple times a week.great place along with moms dinner,50's 60's very fun.sauder is world known and you have found out a great place to visit.thanks terry
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