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Old 01-04-2013, 08:36 PM   #127
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Our trailer will celebrate it's 30th birthday 06/2013. We are the 3rd owners of it and love our trailer. We have been back and forth across the country and have never had anyone turn us away.
The Avion does not have a body style that seems to age itself like some other rv's. As for mine it's a 1984 Winnebago and the rigged exterior fiberglass siding doesn't look like any newer motor homes that I have seen. Besides I don't have the luxury of driving aimlessly until I find a place to camp and like I said in a previous post I don't generally make it past the phone call. I don't want to drive 200-1000 miles just to find out I can't find a place to camp. Most trips I can find a place to camp before I leave because we are camping in a remote destination, but occasionally we want camp near a city destination (ie. Disneyland, Universal Studios, San Diego Zoo, San Francisco close to downtown). Quite a few people state to "just bring a towed", like it doesn't effect the cost of the trip. 8mpg versus 5mpg makes a large difference in fuel cost when it's a 1400 mile round trip. I'm frugal with my money and I like to plan ahead.
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Old 01-04-2013, 08:55 PM   #128
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Whats next - Please don't be trying to sneak no '57 Vettes in hidden inside some big fancy trailer either. We don't like old cars either.
.. "57 vets" in a trailer".....

...............................wait a minute..............

Would I have to share, or can any female-type person come to the party?

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Old 01-04-2013, 09:14 PM   #129
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Vote? I just want to know who to buy off
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Old 01-04-2013, 09:28 PM   #131
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If Disney is your destination, Anaheim RV Village on West Ball Rd, Anaheim is 0.7 mile to the Disney gate on S Harbor. They will allow your rig. I stayed here for 6 months for work. NIce place with a friendly staff.

All the RV parks in Huntington Beach that are on or near the beach will allow your rig. Most of these are all asphalt but still nice a bit cramped sometimes.

Personally, I care more about who is inside rather than the outside of a rig. Good neighbors always welcome.
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Thank's for M.H.s.

I remember years ago and I do mean years ago.
Say around 1963 we had three kids and one on the way, we would go camping every year(in a tent) until the last time was when one of the boy's kept us up just about all night because he kept saying that their was something in his sleeping bag I kept telling him YES YOU, (we could not fine anything in the bag) so from that point on when we went on a vacation we stayed in a cabin.
That was more then just a thought.
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Ok now that your throwing that in sign me up. What's the shares and buy-in cost
Full Pedal Older RV Park and Extravaganza is seeking a logo and Tee Shirt Vendor for presale package / prospectus. Investors are lining up.
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Right sentiment - not sure about presentation. Will run by focus group.
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Maybe you could get something like this reproduced and superimpose the motto...

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We have a winner. Perfect!
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Maybe you could get something like this reproduced and superimpose the motto...
So that's what a Trillium looks like. kidding. Is that one of the hundreds you have on your property?

The sentiment of older and classy seem a bit out of synch. But I'm sure there will be a place for such a pic in the bar.
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Too classy for ya, eh? I guess I can see that...wouldn't want to give the wrong impression...

How 'bout this one?
I think it conveys more of what you're trying to achieve, atmosphere-wise:



This would be a good location as a matter of fact- there's a real nice dusting of sulfur when the wind's just right...
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