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Old 09-17-2013, 04:55 AM   #1
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We recently purchased a Visa by Gulf Stream which we tow with a 2002 Ford 150.

This is a significant upgrade for us as we camped for 28 years using a small Bonaire tent trailer. That served us well in several cross Canada trips with a family of 5. Now retired with time travel we look forward to years of adventure on the road and maybe some camp-volunteering.


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We have winterized and put the "new" TT in storage for the long cold up here in Canada but plan to be on the road at the first signs of spring.

We are grateful for all the advice here.
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Hi folks! Welcome to IRV2! It's great to have you join the group!

Congrats on the new TT! Hope you enjoy the forum!

Good luck, happy trails, and God bless!
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We recently purchased a Visa by Gulf Stream which we tow with a 2002 Ford 150.

This is a significant upgrade for us as we camped for 28 years using a small Bonaire tent trailer. That served us well in several cross Canada trips with a family of 5. Now retired with time travel we look forward to years of adventure on the road and maybe some camp-volunteering.


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We have winterized and put the "new" TT in storage for the long cold up here in Canada but plan to be on the road at the first signs of spring.

We are grateful for all the advice here.
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Winterize?. We would just like for summer to leave....mid to high 90's degF for the rest of the week. Once it cools down, we can enjoy the trailer.

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Winterize?. We would just like for summer to leave....mid to high 90's degF for the rest of the week. Once it cools down, we can enjoy the trailer.

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Another plan for another year is to spend the winter months down in your part of the world as many of our people do. Plus 80 degrees F here today

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Welcome aboard and glad you joined us. Congrats on the TT purchase and hope you and the family have a great time.
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