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Old 07-04-2011, 06:32 PM   #1
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I've always loved camping and when my wife and I had children we decided it would be better to get a popup camper now we have outgrown that we bought our first class A a "98 Bounder 30'. We love it took a couple of 200-300 mile short camping trips and are looking forward to taking a trip from NJ to Colorado springs with 2 of my children this month.
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Good for you. I wish I had bought an RV when my boys were young.
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Old 07-04-2011, 07:00 PM   #3
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I figured I had to do it now,I have 4 children and the 2 oldest 19 & 20 are to busy with school and work to travel with mom and dad so before th 2 youngest outgrow us I wanted to travel with them and it was now or never.
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Old 07-05-2011, 06:15 AM   #4
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That is great and you are going to a great location. Have the time of your life!
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Welcome to the forum! Our big regret is that we did not discover RV'ing when our kids were little. Go for it!
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Welcome Jbrie69,
Sounds like a plan. Y'all have a great trip!
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I've always loved camping and when my wife and I had children we decided it would be better to get a popup camper now we have outgrown that we bought our first class A a "98 Bounder 30'. We love it took a couple of 200-300 mile short camping trips and are looking forward to taking a trip from NJ to Colorado springs with 2 of my children this month.
Isn't it fun! We just moved up to 1995 Winnebago Adventurer 30' from an 8x10 tent. Wahoo! Trip to NC from Ohio- loved it!! Have a great time!
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We love it too!

Aren't the mid 90's 30 footers great units? I feel like we have all the space we need yet are nimble enough to get about easily.

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