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Old 11-18-2005, 02:01 PM   #1
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My husband, Gary and I are just beginning the process of becoming fulltimers. We already have a MH which we plan to move into in order to get our log home ready to go on the market. If and when it sells we want to buy a 5er, set it up where the MH is now and use it as our home base while traveling in the coach.SO EVERYONE STILL WITH ME!!
We have two grown sons and our first grandbaby, a boy, was born last month.
We also have 3 sm dogs; twooie(mix)girl, goobydoo(pom)boy,and punkin(twooie & gooby mix) girl. The girls,as girls will be are princesses and gooby is......a goober,all boy!!
We are sooooo looking forward to this new way of life. This house is eating us alive and we want to do some chomping of our own. So what-
ever advise you could give that would keep us ON the road,and out of the ditch would be so greatly appreciated
I'm hoping to get pictures of goob-and-the-girls
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My husband, Gary and I are just beginning the process of becoming fulltimers. We already have a MH which we plan to move into in order to get our log home ready to go on the market. If and when it sells we want to buy a 5er, set it up where the MH is now and use it as our home base while traveling in the coach.SO EVERYONE STILL WITH ME!!
We have two grown sons and our first grandbaby, a boy, was born last month.
We also have 3 sm dogs; twooie(mix)girl, goobydoo(pom)boy,and punkin(twooie & gooby mix) girl. The girls,as girls will be are princesses and gooby is......a goober,all boy!!
We are sooooo looking forward to this new way of life. This house is eating us alive and we want to do some chomping of our own. So what-
ever advise you could give that would keep us ON the road,and out of the ditch would be so greatly appreciated
I'm hoping to get pictures of goob-and-the-girls
up as part of our signature, so stay tuned.....
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Welcome to the site. there are a lot of great people with super advise. Good luck. Scotty.
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garytut&wooie, Welcome to the IRV2 website, glad you joined our friendly site. Hope everything goes well with the sale of your home, keep us posted. If the forum can be of any assistance don't hesitate to ask. Ed.S
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