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Old 09-17-2010, 08:12 PM   #1
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...and this looks like a great sight. Thanks for letting us join. We bought a 1998 Coachman Santara this spring and really enjoy it. It's in near perfect condition and everything works. We're really impressed with it. Just local trips so far but plan on hitting the 'open road' next summer.
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...and this looks like a great sight. Thanks for letting us join. We bought a 1998 Coachman Santara this spring and really enjoy it. It's in near perfect condition and everything works. We're really impressed with it. Just local trips so far but plan on hitting the 'open road' next summer.

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Welcome and congrats on your new rig. Feel free to post any questions that might come up. You'll find experts here on just about anything about RVs.

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Congratulations and good luck with your new rig.........Enjoy!
Once you start hitting the road on longer trips, you won't want to go home!

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Hi,
we were new last week ourselves. I've already learned some stuff in the various Forums and confirmed some stuff too...like one needs to be a tinkerer...which I warned DW of before we acquired ours. (It took me a week to figure out "DW" means "Dear Wife"..just fyi..as many here use the term.)
Welcome and have fun...great pic you've posted too. Nice looking setting and rig.
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we were new last week ourselves. I've already learned some stuff in the various Forums and confirmed some stuff too...like one needs to be a tinkerer...which I warned DW of before we acquired ours. (It took me a week to figure out "DW" means "Dear Wife"..just fyi..as many here use the term.)
Welcome and have fun...great pic you've posted too. Nice looking setting and rig.
So that's what DW means.
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bullsrv: G'morning from Deadwood, SD., and a big WELCOME to the bunch!!

Yup....learning all these dang abbreviations is the toughest part . AND....then, some folks end up making up their own....it's kinda like a game trying to figure some of em out!!

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Yep, everytime the DH and I have to go back to the Dealer for warranty work, he comes away shaking his head. He is learning fast that he needs to know a lot about our RV and what it takes to keep it up and running. We have found Buyer Beware!
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