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Old 05-10-2009, 09:29 PM   #1
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Pat n I just got a really nice '94 Pace Arrow, 37' class A loaded in great shape and everything works!
I'm retired Marine Corps, and Texas Peace Officer, Pat's a semi-retired (full time soon) nurse. We've six grandkids.
We took a trial run to Bandera, Tx. no problems, good time, now we're getting ready for a 5 or 6 week trip to northwest Wa., Pat's home. We'll be taking 2 gkids up bringing 2 others back, they'll each fly one way.
Really looking forward to traveling without being in a hurry. Hope to see some of you folks here and there. We live in the lakes area of southeast Texas, so it's at least a 5000 mile trip.
Love to hear from some of you.
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Old 05-11-2009, 03:22 AM   #2
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Ed & Pat, welcome to iRV2.com. We are glad to have you join us here and we look forward to reading of your adventures and experiences. Congratulations on your Pace Arrow. I am sure you will enjoy it and this website very much. Take care and keep us posted.
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Old 05-11-2009, 05:52 AM   #3
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Ed & Pat:

WELCOME to iRV2, and congratulations on your rig! Your trip to Washington sounds like fun, especially with the grandkids. I know WE sure like that NW Washington area. It's beautiful!! Have a GREAT time, and, who knows, we might run into you somewhere down the road. Steve & Lynette
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Old 05-11-2009, 07:38 AM   #4
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Ed & Pat;

Welcome to iRV2 and congratulations on your new to you Pace Arrow. We are glad you found us. I believe you have found the friendliest site on the Internet. Post often and don't be afraid to ask questions. We have a wealth if info here just by asking.

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Ed and Pat, Welcome to irv2, glad to have you join us You'll find a great bunch of informative people here and a lot of questions. When you return from your travels, please join us in a campout You can find us below in the South Central Area, under Texas Boomers, Again Welcome glad to have you. Keep us informed of your travels.
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Sounds like you are in for a grand adventure.
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Welcome Ed and Pat,
We traavelled the area last year that you are planning on going to. We stopped outside of Crescent City, CA to visit Jed Smith Park which has lots of Giant Redwoods. From there we travelled up the Oregon coast except for a side trip to Crater Lake north of Medford, OR. Tthat lake is really beautiful if you get a chance to go. have fun.
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Pat n I just got a really nice '94 Pace Arrow, 37' class A loaded in great shape and everything works!
I'm retired Marine Corps, and Texas Peace Officer, Pat's a semi-retired (full time soon) nurse. We've six grandkids.
We took a trial run to Bandera, Tx. no problems, good time, now we're getting ready for a 5 or 6 week trip to northwest Wa., Pat's home. We'll be taking 2 gkids up bringing 2 others back, they'll each fly one way.
Really looking forward to traveling without being in a hurry. Hope to see some of you folks here and there. We live in the lakes area of southeast Texas, so it's at least a 5000 mile trip.
Love to hear from some of you.
Have a great and safe trip.
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Old 05-12-2009, 05:33 PM   #9
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Ed & Pat: Welcome to a great and friendly organization. First things first: Thank you for your service...... Did my thing from 61 to 65 in the Air Force, then 20 w/ NYPD. Congratulations on your rig. In 46 years of wedded bliss our mtr home has been our greatest toy. We've got most of the Southern States on the door and are looking to add many Northern States in the coming years. Enjoy and travel safe... bill and sandi...
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Welcome to the IRV2,com Forum, being new myself I know you will find tons of helpful and useful information. Uvalde, Texas has a nice RV park called Chock Bluff.
Campgrounds and Camping Reservations - ReserveAmerica Reserve America is a wonderful website for looking over photo by owns and visitors. Input you needs and find the parks that fit you don't have to have them book the site for you, (which is what I do) enjoy the forum and have fun.

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