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Old 05-19-2006, 12:24 PM   #1
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I just found this site last Saturday - Looking for information on a Class A motorhome that my wife and I will pick up on Saturday - takes just one week to go from a 29 foot Travel Trailer to a 34 Foot Diesel Pusher.
My wife and I have been married (to each other) for 30+ years. We are both employed and currently live in sunny, dry west Texas. We have had Travel Trailers off and on for the last 15 years. More on than off. Since may 2003, we went from a 2000 26Ft Prowler, to a 2003 27Ft Prowler with a Slide, to a 2004 29Ft Prowler Regal with single slide to a 1999 Winnebago 34FT Motor Coach. Each time we have changed it has been because I needed to stop by the RV dealer to get a part, my wife has been along and started walking through the trailers/motorhomes on the lot. Each time I ask the parts guy if I can return what I just bought because in about 30 minutes I won't have the trailer tha part is for.
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Old 05-19-2006, 12:24 PM   #2
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Good Afternoon -

I just found this site last Saturday - Looking for information on a Class A motorhome that my wife and I will pick up on Saturday - takes just one week to go from a 29 foot Travel Trailer to a 34 Foot Diesel Pusher.
My wife and I have been married (to each other) for 30+ years. We are both employed and currently live in sunny, dry west Texas. We have had Travel Trailers off and on for the last 15 years. More on than off. Since may 2003, we went from a 2000 26Ft Prowler, to a 2003 27Ft Prowler with a Slide, to a 2004 29Ft Prowler Regal with single slide to a 1999 Winnebago 34FT Motor Coach. Each time we have changed it has been because I needed to stop by the RV dealer to get a part, my wife has been along and started walking through the trailers/motorhomes on the lot. Each time I ask the parts guy if I can return what I just bought because in about 30 minutes I won't have the trailer tha part is for.
Well, that's my story - Have been a member of RV.Net for many years - hope to be here for a while also.
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Welcome, mickey53usa to irv2 and congrats on your new to you and wife Adventure coach
Its good to see you have used the help of some good people on this site already. As you enter a motor home lifestyle you may have more. Enjoy the forums and ask away. "007"
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mickey53usa, welcome to iRV2.com. We are glad to have you join us here and look forward to reading of your adventures and experiences. Congratulations on your new motorhome. I am sure you will enjoy it as much as you will this website and forum. Good luck and stay safe.
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Welcome Michael to the friendly IRV2 website, glad your ejoying what your reading,good luck and happy traveling with your new motorhome. Ed.S
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