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Old 07-09-2007, 12:33 PM   #1
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New to this forum just wanted to say Hi!
We are not full timers yet, or even maybe part timers, as we go when we can, 3 trips this year so far and we leave on the 2oth of July once again. Headed north going to be in West yellowstone Montana on the 25th through the 29th, before that we are just not sure where we will end up.
Were hoping to be fulltimers by May of 2008, Listing the buisness right now, (Know anybody looking for a mechanical repair buisness send them our way) And have been looking for our dream house ( right now we think it a 3500RL Montana) and have been looking at everything. sorry to all of those in the parks who I have asked to peak inside and asked all the question to, hope I wasn't to big of a pest.
We Haven't decided what to do with our house yet, Been trying to talk my oldest daughter into buying it, But the stipulation is she has to keep or get rid of anything I don't want to take with me, One less step on the road to freedom!
Anyways not to run on too Long here, Look forward to seeing you all down the road
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Old 07-09-2007, 12:33 PM   #2
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New to this forum just wanted to say Hi!
We are not full timers yet, or even maybe part timers, as we go when we can, 3 trips this year so far and we leave on the 2oth of July once again. Headed north going to be in West yellowstone Montana on the 25th through the 29th, before that we are just not sure where we will end up.
Were hoping to be fulltimers by May of 2008, Listing the buisness right now, (Know anybody looking for a mechanical repair buisness send them our way) And have been looking for our dream house ( right now we think it a 3500RL Montana) and have been looking at everything. sorry to all of those in the parks who I have asked to peak inside and asked all the question to, hope I wasn't to big of a pest.
We Haven't decided what to do with our house yet, Been trying to talk my oldest daughter into buying it, But the stipulation is she has to keep or get rid of anything I don't want to take with me, One less step on the road to freedom!
Anyways not to run on too Long here, Look forward to seeing you all down the road
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Old 07-09-2007, 01:12 PM   #3
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Welcome to iRV2, Mitch and Dana.

Go right ahead and ask questions, or add your 2 cents worth.

Sounds like the Travel Trailers and 5th Wheels section may be your new home here.

But, there's lots of good info in all sections.
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Welcome Mitch and Dana to irv2.
Good luck in your retirement and hunt for your dream RV.
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Mitch & Dana, welcome to iRV2.com. We are glad you have joined us. I am sure you will enjoy the website as much as going camping. Good luck to you this summer and we hopenow fires get close to you. Take care.
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Old 07-10-2007, 08:19 AM   #6
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Thanks everybody!
As for the fires, the eastern Utah fire started about 15 miles north west of where we live, We have friends that lost there houses, thankfully The fire has moved north into the national forest. I have pics on my blog if you like to see, http://itsme84066.blogspot.com/
The fires started on Friday those were taken on Sat and sunday,
We hate to see it burn, but alot of the forest really needed cleaned up, so that part is a good thing, they sat unless the weather changes it will probably burn all summer.
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Thanks for sharing you pics like the blog,pretty girls and are you going to have some Koni or comets in that pond.
Cats and duck may like that. We did have a Koni pond for 15 years but have sold the Koni they live to be 200 yrs some of them in Tibet.
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Would love to have fish of some kind in the pond, but Were afraid between the dog and the racoons, skunks, fox and who knows what else we have here I Don't think its possible, Odin would for sure catch them as he has caught trout out of the river
( trying the picture thing hopes this works)
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Will keep working on the picture, thing
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Well you can at least link over, is very large will try to get some smaller ones, Its a work in progress
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Welcome to iRV2 Mitch and Dana. I'm sure you'll find a wealth of information here.
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Would love to chat with you all, but maybe I am dumb as I don't see a link to the chat room have looked all over. I need some directions!
or help, maybe a road sign or two or something!
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wonderful!
Thank you will check in with you guys tonight!
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