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Old 05-09-2010, 08:29 AM   #1
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Smile HI from two sisters near Dallas TX

Just joined the forum, eh eh, sounds like we're Romans or something

We are two sisters who travel together with our dogs; Spencer the Shitzu, Shelpy the Yellow Lab and PIA the Saimese cat. We travel together in an Allegro 28' Class A.

We just did a road trip from Dallas to Houston, Las Cruces NM, Tucson AZ, Four Corners, Colorado Springs, Dodge City KS, Tucumcari NM, Oklahoma City back to Dallas. Fun trip camped in some great spots.

Now fixing the RV for the next trip. Sheesh, there is always something to fix on these RVs.
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retired MSGT, welcome to iRV2. Sounds like you had a nice trip. Hope we see you back often. Be sure to check out the Texas Boomers group and come to one of our rallies.

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Kayjulia;

Welcome to iRV2. I believe you have found the friendliest site on the Internet. I chuckle at your statement about fixing something continually. I was complaining to a friend recently about the same thing. His answer was " put your house on a truck bed and drive across the country and you will always have fixing to do". Post often and share your travel experiences with us.

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Welcome Kayjulia,
Thanks for you many years of service. Your retirement is well earned. Be sure and check in with the Tiffin Owner groups and get the Tiffin logo to go with you name. Sounds like you're off to a great start. ... Think I'll go change some burnt out light bulbs on my rig.
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Welcome from the Other Service.

When you get tired of working on yours, and you have all that experience you are gaining, I have a few things that could be done.
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We just did a road trip from Dallas to Houston, Las Cruces NM, Tucson AZ, Four Corners, Colorado Springs, Dodge City KS, Tucumcari NM, Oklahoma City back to Dallas. Fun trip camped in some great spots.
Let me get this right...Dallas to Houston, got it. Then NM, AZ, CO, KS, back to NM, then to OK... I only ask because being a Houstonian, were you trying to get courage up to go back to Big D.

Just pokin you in fun. Welcome to our little "look what happened on the way to the forum" group. And Wayne is right, he always has something to work on.
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Let me get this right...Dallas to Houston, got it. Then NM, AZ, CO, KS, back to NM, then to OK... I only ask because being a Houstonian, were you trying to get courage up to go back to Big D.

Just pokin you in fun. Welcome to our little "look what happened on the way to the forum" group. And Wayne is right, he always has something to work on.
HA! I always am relieved when I get out of either city they R2tuff4me give me the open spaces and clear views other than city views... although camping on a bluff looking at the city lights is nice

Lived north of Houston for a while in Livingston and that is to busy for me
I've got a long list of things to do to this Rig may never get it all done
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