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Old 10-07-2010, 10:40 AM   #1
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We have a 2004 National Dolphin 3542 motor home and a 2006 Nissan Altima towed with a Remco lube pump on the tranny. We are full timers in our motor home and have been doing this for about a year now.
Having a lot of fun seeing the USA. My wife Barbara and I are both General class ham radio operators. Always enjoy meeting other RV'ers and hams in our travels.

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Welcome aboard RoyalD. Spent part of my youth in Washington state, including Spokane and, just north of there, Newport.

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My wife Barbara and I do follow the sun, we spent many years in the Spokane,WA area having to work in the snow and cold. We love the Pacific North West during the summer months but come winter-----were gone!
We are currently in the Camp Verde, AZ area and leaving in the morning for Quartzite for a few days. We will spend our winter here in the southern portion of the USA before heading North? next spring.
Just purchased two 185 watt solar panels and a controller to take advantage of all that free sunshine we follow. I will hook them up while we are in Quartzite. Always something to keep us busy!

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