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Old 01-23-2010, 07:29 AM   #1
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New from Jersey

My wife and I are avid motorcycle riders. After touring the East Coast multiple times we decided that rather than try riding out west, we would get a toy hauler. Our first RV/toy hauler was a Four Winds 31C class C motor home. With that we were able to travel out west and down south within my one week time tolerance away from my business.

We've found that RVing is becoming as enjoyable as riding for us so we upgraded to a Class A Damon Outlaw Scorpion which we used to spend Christmas week in Gulf Shores Alabama and New Orleans and this coming Christmas we've already book a site at Boyd's in Key West.

We've had such a great experience that we usually end up booking at least two weekends a month at local campgrounds just to get away. Our Springer Murphy really loves to travel and appreciates that we take him to all these new places as well. Nothing like peeing on a new tree!

We just found this site during a search for other Damon owners and seeing as how you have a manufacturer specific forum it's looking pretty good.
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Don, Cindy & Murphy! Welcome to the iRV2 site. Yup, this "rig specific" feature is a big plus since when asking questions it's nice hearing from others who KNOW your rig and what you're asking about. Owners of other rigs can, and may, offer help also, but talking with another who has the same rig, with the same systems is wonderful. Again, WELCOME. Steve & Lynette
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Old 01-23-2010, 09:20 AM   #3
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welcome to iRV2. We have a number of members here that ride scooters and carry them. Check out the motorcycle forum whne you get a chance.

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Old 01-24-2010, 04:32 AM   #4
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Thanks for the heads up on that one. I was quite impressed to see so many interesting forums here on iRV2. I think I've found a new home
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Hey Don you got a relative named Ken with a Newmar from New Jersey.
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Not that I know of. If he's rich then I'll need an address

I'm from the Poughkeepsie are of NY and where most of my family still resides.
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Welcome, there are a lot of us that drive the rv and ride the motorcycle.
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So I've learned over the last couple of days. This is quickly turning out to be one of my favorite boards

Thanks for your pointing that out, who'd of known?
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Welcome also from NJ also ride alot
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New friends to camp with and ride with. How about that!
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