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Old 05-09-2011, 10:52 PM   #1
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Hi Everybody,
We are new to this forum. We just bought a 1994 Rexhall Aerbus 32' and are moving out of our 2006 Winnebago 23H View. We want to be full timers in a few years and this is our first move in that direction. We have enjoyed the View but need a little more space for full timing so we are making moves in that direction. We are really excited about the Class A and can't wait to take it out on our first trip. I'm a little nervous about driving the 32' and then adding a toad on the back. Towing is something I've never done before but it will be necessary to learn I guess if we are to have transportation when we get where we are going. I've been reading the forum and am loving all the info here. Can't wait to get out there full time!
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Cindy,

Welcome aboard. Read up about the towing and everyone's experiences. Take the time to practice some before you hit the road with a spotter, I am sure you will do fine.

Congrats on your new acquisition!
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Cindy & Jim:

Welcome to the iRV2 bunch, nice to have ya along.

We tow a little (ugly) Honda Element behind our MH and have hauled it all over, from Minnesota to Florida to Arizona to Alaska, Quebec, Maine, etc. etc. Didn't take us long to get used to it and your right about having a run around vehicle with you when your parked and want to see the sights in various locations. Very handy!!

Again, WELCOME !!

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Welcome Cindy and Jim to the forum. Many happy and safe miles and congrats on the new rig.
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Thanks!

Thanks for the warm welcome. I'm excited to see that there is so much activity and useful info on iRV2. I want to spend all my time reading the forums and that just makes me even more anxious to get out there full time.
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We moved out of our 13' Scamp into our 19' 5th wheel Scamp. The Tundra is now shorter then the camper.
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