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Old 05-07-2016, 01:23 AM   #54251
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Old 05-07-2016, 01:30 AM   #54252
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Well, the folks at the dealership were so kind and offered to let us stay one more night. I can't work as fast as I used to, so just a few more things to do before we take off for Williams.

We are bone tired. Kate outdid herself today. She basically emptied everything inside Murphy and hauled it into the new rig. I helped her some, and took care of emptying Murphy's massive bays and stowing everything in the new rig's bays.

Thanks to everyone for the well wishes and congrats.
I bet you guys were bone tired. Whew, I know I was when all I had to do was pick mine up - didn't have to move everything into it at that time.

The sideway pics drive me nuts so I've fixed them, it's too easy which is why I don't mind doing it...
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Old 05-07-2016, 08:46 AM   #54253
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Beautiful Mel and Kate. Tiffin is a good brand. Should give you lots of enjoyable and trouble free motorhomin!
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Old 05-07-2016, 09:54 AM   #54254
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Mornin' Mutants! The first cuppa is the best. Hope you are enjoying yours!

Carl, thank you, thank you!! One day I will learn how to rotate pics, but til then, I appreciate your help. And no, we won't be able to make it to Maine. We are going to spend August in Michigan, near my 2 sons.

Thank you, Les, for the congrats and we'll wishes. I read a ton about various brands and narrowed our choices down to a pre-owned Country Coach, Foretravel, Tiffin, or Newmar. It was one of those or nuttin'!

Missed out on a 2003 Country Coach by a few days. But we LOVE our Tiffin! It will take a while to learn everything there is to know about it, but it checked out great in the PDI. Just a few little things that they took care of.

We are good to go today. Will finish up organizing and putting things in their place over the next couple of days. We'll take our time cos we're really tired ... and sore. I found muscle groups I didn't know I had. They're screaming at me today! Kate says "Ditto."
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Old 05-07-2016, 10:01 AM   #54255
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It's now 8:00 am in Mesa. Wonder why doesn't that reflect on my post?
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are you posting from a phone or a tablet or laptop? Do you have your GPS function turned on? Are you using Wifi? What does the device you are posting from say the time is?

Too many questions for so early...LOL! More coffee!
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Old 05-07-2016, 10:10 AM   #54257
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Gee, do you think you'll miss Murphy? Great looking digs there, ladies! Can't wait to see it in "flesh".
Uh ... In a word, Barb, "Oh HELL no!"

Ok, that was three words, but you get the idea.
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Mornin' Mutants! The first cuppa is the best. Hope you are enjoying yours!

Carl, thank you, thank you!! One day I will learn how to rotate pics, but til then, I appreciate your help. And no, we won't be able to make it to Maine. We are going to spend August in Michigan, near my 2 sons.

Thank you, Les, for the congrats and we'll wishes. I read a ton about various brands and narrowed our choices down to a pre-owned Country Coach, Foretravel, Tiffin, or Newmar. It was one of those or nuttin'!

Missed out on a 2003 Country Coach by a few days. But we LOVE our Tiffin! It will take a while to learn everything there is to know about it, but it checked out great in the PDI. Just a few little things that they took care of.

We are good to go today. Will finish up organizing and putting things in their place over the next couple of days. We'll take our time cos we're really tired ... and sore. I found muscle groups I didn't know I had. They're screaming at me today! Kate says "Ditto."

M&K, on "moving", we estimated 2 hours for coach to coach move. We worked for about 1/2 hour placing stuff carefully and thoughtfully, and then opted for "smash & stash" (Nola's words). 4.5 hours total. Still looking for some stuff, but Easter egg hunts are a nice game!
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Too many questions for so early...LOL! More coffee!
Ok, you made me laugh out loud! Time for a second cuppa.
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M&K, on "moving", we estimated 2 hours for coach to coach move. We worked for about 1/2 hour placing stuff carefully and thoughtfully, and then opted for "smash & stash" (Nola's words). 4.5 hours total. Still looking for some stuff, but Easter egg hunts are a nice game!
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Lol! We resorted to "smash and stash" yesterday afternoon and will do "organize and move stuff around" over the next few days. I don't know how on earth you guys did it 4.5 hours. We must have WAY too much stuff!!
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Too many questions for so early...LOL! More coffee!
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Lol! We resorted to "smash and stash" yesterday afternoon and will do "organize and move stuff around" over the next few days. I don't know how on earth you guys did it 4.5 hours. We must have WAY too much stuff!!

We moved FROM a coach that was 10 feet shorter!
The BMI of Gwen has risen nicely.


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Lol! We resorted to "smash and stash" yesterday afternoon and will do "organize and move stuff around" over the next few days. I don't know how on earth you guys did it 4.5 hours. We must have WAY too much stuff!!

Next few days.... I doubt that.... I still redo and reorganize each time i go in ours...
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Next few days.... I doubt that.... I still redo and reorganize each time i go in ours...
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Lol. I do the same thing. I was continually working on arranging things (reorganizing) in Murphy.
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