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Old 02-12-2005, 04:53 PM   #1
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We just bought our first Travel Trailer, a 27' Weekender. We have spent one night in it, close to home, and are looking forward to having many a weekend trip. All our children are grown and married but we hope our grandchildren will go with us some. We are planning a weeklong trip in October and are having a ball locating all the places to stay and see.
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We just bought our first Travel Trailer, a 27' Weekender. We have spent one night in it, close to home, and are looking forward to having many a weekend trip. All our children are grown and married but we hope our grandchildren will go with us some. We are planning a weeklong trip in October and are having a ball locating all the places to stay and see.
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Welcome Dustbuster, hope you have many camping trips in your Weekender. Check out the Texas Boomers, they camp alot, and are nice group of people. HAve fun, and we look forward to your posts.
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Old 02-13-2005, 08:34 AM   #4
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You will enjoy caming. I was recently widowed for the second time. I won't make the mistake of getting out of camping this time. Hope to sell the big motorhome and get something smaller
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