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Old 05-31-2010, 09:10 AM   #1
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Herding Thru the Grape Vine

So new to RVing that I don't even have one yet - I am here to do research. I have seen several driven several found the perfect floor plan and then went to see it - it was listed at 40% off the MSRP - olerd unit never titled listed as "NEW"

Finding VIAGRA in the bathroom cabinet was not the least of the "surprises" of this NEW motorhome. I went to a national dealership thinking that it would be "safer" - what a mistake!!! How unprofessional and I was embarassed to be in the coach where someone was obviously living.

I have found other dealers here that let me look drive answer all my dump questions and still every time I go over are so nice to me and never did I find any of the units having a "LIVED IN" state. Even the used one's were clean and looked like they were prepared to sell them.

So I am working it out in my mind whether to offer a rediculously low price after it has been completely cleaned and sanitized and a new bed put in it. But since this is my first I don't want to miss a good price but I also don't want to buy a pig in a poke.


I am enjoying this a great deal.

I do dog shows, agility, herding trials with my 2 corgis and vallhund and will be off the road more then on a parking lot. So I was looking for something comfortable for the dogs with some very specific parameters for me.

So I keep reading and my list gets longer.

Have a great Memorial Day - I am heading to the dog show to pick up some Plush Puppy stuff.

Louise

Jett, JHD, HT, PT, HSs, NA, RN, TDI, PAJ, PNA - I hate riding in a motor home they are far too noisy and being a PPPP ( Practically Perfect Puppy Princess) what I say rules!
Andy, CH, HT, RN, TDI - I don't care I just want to go with Mom
Yuri, CH - I am just a baby give me time besides I am still afraid of my shadow but I ride in the motorhome - Mom just don't leave me with anytone else!
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Old 05-31-2010, 11:45 AM   #2
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Welcome to the forum.
Sounds like you are on the right trail. Don't be discouraged - the right coach will be there just when you least expect it. Have you looked at what is called a "bunk house" plan. I've seen some I think from Forest River that might suit your needs.
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looked at several bunk house and the Damon Challenger as places for the dogs I may go back and get the Fleetwood Fiesta that I found - nice coach - but small bins. It is very nice and good layout.

Thank you so much I assume you show dogs as well I was heading to the pet center to see who used what kind of rig!
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No dogs,cats or things. Just observant of who's looking for what. Great forum - Glad you're here.
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The Viagra in the medicine cabinet was the free sample the dealer wanted you to have so you would keep coming back. Some leave cookies.
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