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Old 06-16-2009, 09:48 AM   #1
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Hello, we are the new kids!

Hi, we are Hollie and Ryan. We bought a Fleetwood E-2 last August because we travel so much for hubby's job that we thought it would be useful. We got the idea after spending 3 months in Marfa, TX where there was limited lodging which meant a long drive after 12-16 hour work days. The E-2 has the ability to go off road which would have been useful on the set in Marfa. It also has a toy hauler to carry our two electric scooters along. So far we have been to Texas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Tennessee, Kentucky, Illinois, Iowa, Oklahoma and Wisconsin. At the end of this film in early July we will travel to Palo Duro Canyon, Santa Fe and then up to Colorado. We are having a blast traveling around with our two dogs. My grandparents used to RV and when I was a very small child my dad fixed up an old van and we took it across the country, seeing the sites along the way. I guess this has always been in my blood. Happy to join you all!
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Old 06-16-2009, 10:09 AM   #3
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Yeah, we get antsy when we're in one place for too long!

I forgot to mention Arkansas. We spent a three day weekend in the Oauchita Mountains and took the scenic byway between the Talimena State Park in Oklahoma to Queen Wilhelmena State Park in Arkansas. It was lovely!
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You are right, it is a beautiful area. I lived there for a number of years and visit whenever I can. I just bought an old rig and look forward to spending time in it.

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We stayed at Big Cedar RV park and the view was gorgeous! You are right there at the National Forest it's great. The man that owns that place was so nice. A great guy.
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