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Old 08-13-2010, 10:28 PM   #85
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60 and 60 but she keeps reminding me that I am the oldest. Just retired and on the road.
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Old 08-16-2010, 03:51 PM   #86
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cnomad172, I meant to add this to my post about age. Peoples age is all irrelevant if you enjoy their company. My wife and I were just at a place called Fisherboy RV Park on Vancouver Island and the evening gatherings (no campfire dry weather bans in effect) there were two in their 70s, two in their 60's and a bunch of others down to about 20 years of age. It was all fun and good camaraderie every night as we all enjoyed rv'ing fishing and golfing in the area. Too easy to get caught in stereotypes if one allows oneself to fall into the trap.
i dont put too much stock into a person's age.. other than the experience that comes with it! we were just curious about the median age of rv'ers. tooke our 1st trip in the MH this week and saw a WIDE range of "experience". a good time for sure and we fit right in.
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Old 08-16-2010, 04:35 PM   #87
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I also don't think much about age. What I have noticed however, is how high men wear their pants. It seems to me, the higher the pants the less physical the man. When a gent has his pants up around his teets he's pretty clueless.
Conversley, if his butt is hanging out, he too is clueless and as we all know, if one wears his hat backwards that is the signal that they don't know if the are coming or going !!
Please excuse my ramblings, it's a hot day and I am killing time indoors.
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I also don't think much about age. What I have noticed however, is how high men wear their pants. It seems to me, the higher the pants the less physical the man. When a gent has his pants up around his teets he's pretty clueless.
Conversley, if his butt is hanging out, he too is clueless and as we all know, if one wears his hat backwards that is the signal that they don't know if the are coming or going !!
Please excuse my ramblings, it's a hot day and I am killing time indoors.
lol.. funny stuff! i wear my jean a few inches below the belly button.. what's that say about me? also, i only wear my hat backwards when my daughter puts in on that way or i need the room to stick my head in a tight spot.. maybe that's when i get confused..
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I must be the oldest one out here! I'm 71, Wife Jennie is 69. We have a Forest River Sierra 5th wheel/'01 Ford F250 Superduty 4X4 V10. Been camping since '71.
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I must be the oldest one out here! I'm 71, Wife Jennie is 69. We have a Forest River Sierra 5th wheel/'01 Ford F250 Superduty 4X4 V10. Been camping since '71.
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Nope! There are at least 2 that posted earlier that are older.
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69 and 66. On our second RV after a 7-year absence. The new one is an 02 Georgetown 325. Our last one (and definitely NOT lamented) was an '85 Jamboree Class C.

The stories about that old POS would curl your hair - least said, soonest mended - after all someone bought it!
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70 and still kicking around. still have lot of country to see. First time around missed some spots. Maybe after 10 times around I will see most of it.
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