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Old 02-05-2009, 04:34 AM   #1
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Just joined the forum, we've been RV'ing part time with the family for about 6 months. We've been sail boaters in the past. Sold the boats and now have a "new to us" 1998 American Eagle. So far we've used our RV for weekend camping, a family trip over Christmas/New Years, and volleyball tournament travel-I now know an entire 10 girl volleyball team can cram in the back bedroom to watch movies .

We just recently acquired a 4wd 2002 Envoy for a toad/daughters first car. I'm getting it ready to tow now, and have a few questions, so I'll be posting them in the towing section.

There's obviously a lot of knowledge here, hopefully I can "steal" a little!
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Brian: Welcome to the forums at irv2, we're glad to have you. I'm sure you will find the answers to almost any question you may have. Again Welcome. glad to have you, post often.
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Old 02-05-2009, 08:20 AM   #3
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Welcome to IRV2 forum. You will find unlimited technical support from the masses who frequent this forum but I don't know how many have experience with mass transportation.
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I don't know how many have experience with mass transportation.
Tmar10, I know that was a light-hearted comment , but I guess I should clarify, we weren't on the road when they were all in the back, just a break between matches while we were parked at the tournament!!
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Welcome, great forum I'm sure you'll get the right info that you need. This is a great place for info & answers to your questions!
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Brian, welcome to our website and forums. We are glad to have you join us. Congratulations on your American Eagle. I am sure you will enjoy it as much as you will iRV2.com. Good luck and keep us posted.
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Originally posted by Brian_R1: Tmar10, I know that was a light-hearted comment , but I guess I should clarify, we weren't on the road when they were all in the back, just a break between matches while we were parked at the tournament!!
I know what you mean, my niece ask if we would provide our motorhome services to her swim team during their regionals. After taking her on a tour of the Bounder and a promise to go get ice cream, she accepted the fact our rv was not equipted to handle 20+ swimmers.

Thank goodness, Betty's blood pressure would have gone through the roof.
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