Hi from Glenn and Kathy in snowy n.c. Wow 6 inches can't believe it. We are new to rv life, last July we bought a 35 ft safari sahara dp 1998. After giving up boating. We have been to the west coast of florida and up north to the adrondack mountains and on to Boston to a Red Sox game. On our way back to n.c. we took sky line drive what a view. and the rv handled it well. We plan to see A lot of the country. We have enjoyed the this site and the information has been very helpful. We need new tires before our next trip any input on toyo tires would be helpful.
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Hi Glenn and Kathy;
You couldn't have come to a better place. I am new too, bought my RV in Jan. and this site has welcomed me with open arms, helped me everytime I had a question, and saved me hundreds of dollars.... Ask as many questions as your fingers can type, trust me, they love it. I'm blown away by this place.
Enjoy your new lifestyle and travel safe in your RV.
Ed from Austin Texas
It's a weird winter, for sure. The company, that I work for, has a facility in Mountain Home. They are breaking all kinds of snow records there.
Look forward to reading about your adventures!
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