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Old 10-02-2009, 07:46 PM   #1
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Hello from Washington State

My name is Mike and my wife is Janet, we live in a small town about 60 miles north of Seattle called Sedro-Woolley. We are retired sign makers and have been RV'ing for about 8 years. We average about 10,000 miles a year. We've had a tag a long, a fifth wheel, a gas motorhome and about 4 years ago we bought a diesel rig, we have a 40' 1991 Beaver Marquis which we really like, it has a 3176 Cat with all the bells and whistles, most of which work. We tow a 2002 Suzuki Grand Vitara. We are new to a forum and it sounds like there is lot of very knowledgeable people out there. I hope I've done everything right here, I'm going to try to put a pic of our coach on, I hope it goes where I think it is supposed to go. I hope I can contribute to this forum other than just chit chat. Thanks Mike and Janet Ingham
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Hi racerfriendly and welcome to IRV2. Glad to have you with us and by all means contribute whatever you can.
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Old 10-03-2009, 05:01 PM   #3
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Mike & Janet;

Welcome to iRV2. We are glad you joined us. I believe you have found the friendliest site on the Internet. Post often and share your travel experiences with us. Don't be afraid to ask questions.

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Old 10-04-2009, 11:32 PM   #4
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Welcome Mike and Janet

Am also a Washintonian living in Olympia and a recent new member to iRV2. Lived in Sedro-Woolley in the early 80's and was a member of Skagit River Woods Camping Country Club with a 1979 29' Terry TT. After that trailer and a "fiver" for the last ten years we also just moved up to our first MH this spring. Love the Skagit Valley, Anacortes area and the San Juan Islands. You really do live in beautiful part of the Northwest. Welcome from one new comer to another and look forward to your posts, pictures, and contributions to this very informative forum.

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Old 10-05-2009, 11:42 AM   #5
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Mike and Janet;

Welcome to IRV2, glad to have you aboard. We to are from WA, (Belfair area). Hope to see you on the road sometime.

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Gee, I can say howdy to two people in this discussion.

We lived in Olympia for 17 years, till we retired two years ago. To Lake Tyee outside of Concrete, just east of Woolley.

But we sold our Lake Tyee lot last year and have just purchased a lot in Park of the Sierras, an Escapee park north of Fresno, CA.

So welcome to ya.
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My name is Mike and my wife is Janet, we live in a small town about 60 miles north of Seattle called Sedro-Woolley. We are retired sign makers and have been RV'ing for about 8 years. We average about 10,000 miles a year. We've had a tag a long, a fifth wheel, a gas motorhome and about 4 years ago we bought a diesel rig, we have a 40' 1991 Beaver Marquis which we really like, it has a 3176 Cat with all the bells and whistles, most of which work. We tow a 2002 Suzuki Grand Vitara. We are new to a forum and it sounds like there is lot of very knowledgeable people out there. I hope I've done everything right here, I'm going to try to put a pic of our coach on, I hope it goes where I think it is supposed to go. I hope I can contribute to this forum other than just chit chat. Thanks Mike and Janet Ingham
Hi Mike! My name is Fritz and my Fiance' Erin and I will not be retiring EVER because I love my Beaver so much!!! (You and I have the same taste in coaches) I bought mine 4 months ago and it was in fairly rough shape but after about $10k worth of touch ups I'm in business like you! I will try to upload a pic....:
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Welcome, mike and janet from way down south in cajun country. Beautiful coach, wishyou all the luck in the world. To paraphrase a famous actress "why don't you come down and see me sometime". I am retired, but my wife is not. Can't wait for the day. We have managed to rv in 40 states and canada and mexico.
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