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Old 11-21-2005, 06:05 AM   #1
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Hello, Iv'e just joined this forum and would like to introduce myself. Am a retired Navy Chief. Have a Newmar 37 ft London Aire 5er pulled with a Dodge 3500 4X4 dually. Have been RVing for about 5 or 6 years. Made several trips down to the Yucatan and ran as Wagonmaster on a few. Really enjoy RVing and am presently looking at buying a Mobile Suite 36TKE 5th wheel and entering into almost full timing. Am A wood turner and will be traveling to different fine art shows. Will keep my place here in Pensacola as a base. Live in the 5th wheel out in the barn and lease the house out fully furnished. Would like to hear any pros or cons to my plans.
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Old 11-21-2005, 06:05 AM   #2
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Hello, Iv'e just joined this forum and would like to introduce myself. Am a retired Navy Chief. Have a Newmar 37 ft London Aire 5er pulled with a Dodge 3500 4X4 dually. Have been RVing for about 5 or 6 years. Made several trips down to the Yucatan and ran as Wagonmaster on a few. Really enjoy RVing and am presently looking at buying a Mobile Suite 36TKE 5th wheel and entering into almost full timing. Am A wood turner and will be traveling to different fine art shows. Will keep my place here in Pensacola as a base. Live in the 5th wheel out in the barn and lease the house out fully furnished. Would like to hear any pros or cons to my plans.
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Old 11-21-2005, 07:15 PM   #3
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Welcome OLD FOX "CHIEF" to irv2
As a Newmar owner your good for some KARMA down in the Newmar Forum come join us, plus there are people with 5th's in the trailer grp forums also, welcome aboard. "007"
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OB, welcome to iRV2.com. We are glad to have you join us here and look forward to reading of your adventures and experiences. We have been full timing for almost 4 years. We decided to sell our house only because to lease it out might be a hardship if we were across the country and soomthing happened to drag us back to take care of. We wish you the best of luck and enjoy the website as much as you enjoy RVing.
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Hello 'Old Fox', welcome to the best RV forum on the web. What did you do in the Navy?

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OLD FOX, Welcome to our friendly rv website, stop in as often as you can, good luck going full-timing. Ed.S
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Old 11-22-2005, 03:56 PM   #7
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Willyum I was an Aviation Electronics Chief. Was in from 1955 till 73
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Well Old Fox, I get a "tug o' the heart strings" whenever someone talks Pensacola and Navy. I was just a short timer and spent a great year (1968) in Pensacola at Cory Field. I have some super memories of that city. I'm sure it's quite different now. Good luck and it's sure fitting that you're retiring in one super "Navy Town!"
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Old Fox, glad to have you aboard. Hey, any time you can spend in an RV is quality time.

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