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Old 08-28-2010, 06:25 AM   #1
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We just registered on iRV2, posted our first question and already got replies that are helpful. Thank you.
After 5 years of RVing in a Glendale Titanium 5th wheel behind a F350, we moved to a larger Diesel pusher (2009 American Coach Allegiance), towing our old Jeep Wrangler. The breaking in of the motor home is not yet completed. In fact next week, we are taking it to the manufacturer to correct quite a few things still under warranty. The 5th wheel was a lot simpler!
We have just completed the "4 corners of North America": Homer, Alaska; St. John's, Newfoundland; Cabo San Lucas, Baja California Sur; Key West, Florida. Now we will explore more of the "Middle".
We live on a ranch, halfway between Denver and Colorado Springs. We are retired. When we are not traveling (cruises, time-shares in Mexico, family in Europe, and of course Rving), we babysit for our three grandsons who live nearby.
We look foreward to chatting with and getting to know many other members of iRV2.
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We just registered on iRV2, posted our first question and already got replies that are helpful. Thank you.
After 5 years of RVing in a Glendale Titanium 5th wheel behind a F350, we moved to a larger Diesel pusher (2009 American Coach Allegiance), towing our old Jeep Wrangler. The breaking in of the motor home is not yet completed. In fact next week, we are taking it to the manufacturer to correct quite a few things still under warranty. The 5th wheel was a lot simpler!
We have just completed the "4 corners of North America": Homer, Alaska; St. John's, Newfoundland; Cabo San Lucas, Baja California Sur; Key West, Florida. Now we will explore more of the "Middle".
We live on a ranch, halfway between Denver and Colorado Springs. We are retired. When we are not traveling (cruises, time-shares in Mexico, family in Europe, and of course Rving), we babysit for our three grandsons who live nearby.
We look foreward to chatting with and getting to know many other members of iRV2.
Welcome - we just signed in a few days ago!
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