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Old 01-30-2014, 05:12 PM   #15
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Hi Gary -

We're new, too - but not quite as far as you, as we're in the market right now for a used coach. Enjoy the shake-down and keep us posted.

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Welcome to IRV2 - Advice? Have fun. Don't let that fuel gauge hit E. Every mis-step is a story, every turn is an adventure, both should drive at least a mile (assuming comfortable and licenced), eat three square (or circular) meals a day, keep a sense of humour, keep the slide-in while driving, when on the interstate try to avoid the "R" gear, test everything at least once, don't forget to close the tanks, don't drive thinking the sun sets in the North by North West in the morning, leave all campsites as clean or cleaner than when you arrived, learn the difference between then and than, don't keep an Emu for a pet and expect it to fly.... Oh and have fun.

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