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Old 03-06-2014, 01:18 PM   #15
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Check this site as you travel. It's a great resource for those of us able to stay at military campgrounds. There are some great campgrounds at reasonable rates. We spent the winter at the Navy campground on Key West and are currently at MacDill AFB and have stayed at many others.

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Welcome to the road. Make sure you take advantage of the Military FamCamps if you are active or retired.

We will be stopping at the Gila Bend AZ Famcamp when we come out of Mexico tomorrow.
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Hello sgt joe thanks for the note. We have a 2008 winnebago adventure 38J workhorse chasse. Hope that's more information. Sorry we are just so new at this. Please bear with us. Thanks again SFC
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Welcome to the road. Make sure you take advantage of the Military FamCamps if you are active or retired.

We will be stopping at the Gila Bend AZ Famcamp when we come out of Mexico tomorrow.
Is there a special club for Winnebago owners? Thank you for your time 2008 Winnebago advantage 38J. SFC
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Hey SFC, everyone is at a different stage of their RV learning experience. You mentioned "problems" in your first post, and I bet someone here can help you, so just ask.

And, the link to the Winnebago club is WIT Club

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Hello sgt joe thanks for the note. We have a 2008 winnebago adventure 38J workhorse chasse. Hope that's more information. Sorry we are just so new at this. Please bear with us. Thanks again SFC
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