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Old 09-13-2011, 08:14 PM   #1
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Hello everyone! My husband and I are new owners of a 1993 Innsbruck Gulfstream TT. We have only had it a couple of weeks and have yet to try it out. We need to learn the "ropes" first. Looking forward to reading an learning from the Best!
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Hello everyone! My husband and I are new owners of a 1993 Innsbruck Gulfstream TT. We have only had it a couple of weeks and have yet to try it out. We need to learn the "ropes" first. Looking forward to reading an learning from the Best!
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Hi Northerngirl! Welcome to IRV2! Congrats on the new rig! You'll find lots of good information here. Good luck & God bless!
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Welcome aboard and glad you joined us. Congrats on the new to you purchase as well. Don't be afraid to ask questions as there are a lot of great people here to help with a wealth of knowledge. Hope you get out there soon and enjoy your future travels. Be safe and Happy Motoring!!!
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Welcome, I am originally from Upstate NY (Adams). Just returned from a trip to visit family. Happy Travels!
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Old 09-14-2011, 12:01 PM   #6
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Welcome. My wife and are older newbies, and are on second year. We are from upstate NY as well, Catskill and Windham. If it had not been for this web site and all the help, I would have given up the first year. Now full time in Southwest Florida.
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Welcome . We just returned from a 20 week trip. Fourteen were in upstate NY, 10 of which were in Henderson NY , 15 miles below Watertown at a great spot called Association Island RV Resort and Marina.Have fun here and be sure to fill us in on more great spots in NY.
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Old 09-14-2011, 01:35 PM   #8
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TY all for the warm welcome! We are in Boonville...I do know where Adams and Henderson Harbor is! What a small world! 20 weeks! WOW! Now that's Freedom! Hubby is a lumberjack..and we own a small ice cream shop,which just closed the 4th of September. I took some pics of our camper but need to figure out where to put them..lol any help appreciated!
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Hi,

We had a 30' 1993 Gulfstream Innsbruck TT. We dragged that thing all over the country, we loved it. We had it for about ten years then traded it for a toy-hauler TT. One of the best things I did with the Gulfstream was to have the unit raised to above the axles. This gave us much more ground clearance ...plus I liked how it pulled like that.

We had the rear bunks and bathroom and a front bedroom. I have nothing but good things to say about that trailer and thus Gulfstream. Like any vehicle it needs to be maintained. I hope your unit brings you as much fun and enjoyment ours brought us.

BTW: We lived in Saratoga Springs/Ballston Spa for a few years in a past life when I was in the service. Upstate NY is one of the most beautiful places I've ever had the privledge to live.

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Hi Northerngirl. My wife and I are from Rome and still have family there. Boonville is near and dear to me - my uncle was the town clerk in the 30's & 40's and he & my aunt lived just outside of town. I used to spend a few weeks there each summer. They had a large house and several lumberjacks made their off-season home with them. The Hubbard House looms large in my memories and we stop in whenever we are in the area.
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Welcome! I think you will find you have joined a very friendly and informative group of RV'ers. Being newbies ourselves, we have read lots of beneficial information since joining the forum. Congrats on your new rig and enjoy your travels.
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Welcome to the forum and congrats on your new TT. Many happy and safe miles.
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