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Old 12-27-2010, 05:14 PM   #1
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New-To-Us class A and Howdy!!!

We just joined the motorhome club with a new-to-us class A.

Its a 2006 Four Winds Hurricane 31D on the Ford chasis.

We've had a TT for several years and wanted something a bit bigger, more convenient, etc. Have read lots of posts here, will be spending most of the time in the Thor forum and hope to share with folks all through this forum.
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We just joined the motorhome club with a new-to-us class A.

Its a 2006 Four Winds Hurricane 31D on the Ford chasis.

We've had a TT for several years and wanted something a bit bigger, more convenient, etc. Have read lots of posts here, will be spending most of the time in the Thor forum and hope to share with folks all through this forum.
and keep posting all of your adventures
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Old 12-27-2010, 05:46 PM   #3
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Salmonbio;

Welcome to iRV2. Congratulations on your upgrade from a TT to a class A. Post often and share your RV adventures with us. There is a wealth of experience here available just by asking.

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Welcome aboard Salmonbio. This MH thing will make you a lazy person. Did me. All the conveniences of home on wheels.

Enjoy your travels.

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Old 12-29-2010, 11:30 AM   #5
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The TT was a lot of fun and we enjoyed lots of trips in it. The along came a grandson and we started staying close to home spending our vacation time with him. We found we were not using the TT much.

Dillema... get out of RVing altogther or step up into something big enough to bring the whole famdamly along. And if the "adult kids" have enough interest they can learn the systems and maybe borrow it for their own vacations... with the stipulation they bring it back with the fuel tank full ;-)

So we went with the bigger rig option. Hope to get lots of use out of it.
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Old 12-29-2010, 06:24 PM   #6
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Salmonbio...........welcome aboard folks, do hope you enjoy all the very friendly and knowledgeable folks on board. They will definitely make you feel at home.........bill
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Welcome you will love it here. There seems to be several new members lately with new or new to them coaches. Santa must have not thought everyone was bad like me.
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welcome and congrads on your new class A. We now have 50,000 members, so there isn't anything you can't find on the site. We are on our 4 th class A and love the class A for traveling together.
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Getting our 92 Fleetwood 32' Southwind next week and moving with it in spring from BC Can to NB Can. It's a nice class A. If it gets us to NB with no problems then it will be a keeper. Happy new Years to you all.
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