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Old 10-09-2011, 05:20 PM   #1
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Well, My wife and I, we meried for 37 years, and ever I know, we think of seeing places, traveling within the States, cause this Nation is suranded of nice places. Unfortunatly, not to many people know about it. We never hed inaph of it! So, traveling in a Shevy van, for a number of years, we ben all over West of US. This year, we took this to a new level and bout a 07 GMC track Diesel, crew cab,
and a 32 5ts Weeler. We are verry exited about it. The only think left for as, is to menage financhily the rest, with well be in the litle dificult side!... but, the enthusiasm its here to stay!
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Thank you!

Hello to all!
Well, My wife and I, we meried for 37 years, and ever I know, we think of seeing places, traveling within the States, cause this Nation is suranded of nice places. Unfortunatly, not to many people know about it. We never hed inaph of it! So, traveling in a Shevy van, for a number of years, we ben all over West of US. This year, we took this to a new level and bout a 07 GMC track Diesel, crew cab,
and a 32 5ts Weeler. We are verry exited about it. The only think left for as, is to menage financhily the rest, with well be in the litle dificult side!... but, the enthusiasm its here to stay!
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One thing we have learned since going fulltime in April is to slow down. Now that we are retired we don't have to hurry. So it is cheaper to drive aways and find a neat place to stay a week. Then off to the next stop and stay a week. Campgrounds are cheaper by the week/month and you are not burning up a ton of gas or diesel. The best part is you can explore all the offbeat places that you normally wouldn't take the time for.
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One thing we have learned since going fulltime in April is to slow down. Now that we are retired we don't have to hurry. So it is cheaper to drive aways and find a neat place to stay a week. Then off to the next stop and stay a week. Campgrounds are cheaper by the week/month and you are not burning up a ton of gas or diesel. The best part is you can explore all the offbeat places that you normally wouldn't take the time for.

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