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Old 07-17-2012, 08:57 AM   #1
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New camper using the new camper

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I have been lurking for several weeks. My wife and I have purchased a 26 bh grey wolf. This is our first camper. We are really excited.

After several scheduling conflicts, I finally went to Waco yesterday to pick up our new family member. I took our 15 year old son as I knew it would be about a10 hour round trip. The trip down was uneventful. The dealer was great. So far I really like the camper.

Around 11:00 pm, 2 hours into the return trip, the boy indicated that he needed too use the facilities. Problem was that there was nothing open along the route. I didn't see this as a problem; I mean I was towing all the facilities we would ever need. You just wouldn't believe the fuss he made about not using the camper. He said, "I'm not doing it.....I don't care what you say!" I even demonstrated but to no avail. Finally things got desperate and he relented but it was a funny first camper story.
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You will enjoy the MH. You have found a good place to learn a lot. Good luck with it!
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Hi bro.davidt, welcome to the forum.
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That is a great first story and I am sure it will be told many times in years to come! Welcome!
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