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Old 11-01-2013, 01:40 PM   #15
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Last year's storage time we saw a few more movies and relaxed. However, I always spent a little time at the storage unit with my MH to check it out and dream of warm weather. We also spent a fair amount of time prepping to sell the house and go full time.

This year...Retirement and TX here we come! House is sold and off we go. Gonna be a new experience.
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Old 11-01-2013, 01:48 PM   #16
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Our RV does not dominate our life so we just continue on. We travel seasonally in the winter then put it away for the summer. No place we would rather be than the Northwest during the summer. Backwards I know.
I'm curious, where do you RV in the Northwest in the winter? The NW is outstanding in the summer....but the winter?
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Old 11-01-2013, 01:57 PM   #17
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I make plans for the next season so as soon as the CG's open, I'm making reservations.

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Old 11-01-2013, 11:57 PM   #18
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Yeo, plan on leaving after our new Grandson is born in Jan. Texas here we come.
Where ya headed in TX? I think are going to start by Austin, I really like to get down to Padre island.
Is this your first year also? We are just north of you.
Hoping to leave the week after Christmas.
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Old 11-01-2013, 11:59 PM   #19
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If you are headin' to the Gulf you wont have time for golf lessons your 1st year. a lot to see and do. Much fresh seafood and only so many days and dollars to try them all. Hope you enjoy being a Winter Texan.
I love seafood YUM Thanks.
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'Tis the season for Dancing With The Stars, Survivor, America's Got Talent, The Apprentice, American Idol, The Amazing Race and new episodes of Criminal Minds, Shark Tank and Undercover Boss as well as a few other shows when nothing else good is on.

Whew... Not enough hours in a day on some days so we pre-tape the shows to spread them out.

Oh, and all the renovation work, maintenance and outside work that needs to happen around the farm has to happen over the winter now because we're spending so much dang time RV-ing lately. So busy in the daytime and being a couch potato in the evenings.

I think maybe we should just sell the farm so we have more time for TV and RV-ing.
I have never seen any of those tv shows but that is way to much tv for me.
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I'm curious, where do you RV in the Northwest in the winter? The NW is outstanding in the summer....but the winter?

Well, there is the coast, the Ski lodges, the HIGH Dessert. Sounds like the same places you go during the Summer and it is. You just get a little wetter unless you go up in the hills.

Yes, I know I put mine up during the Winter months also but that is because my Wife does the Basketball thing so there is no time to RV. I use the Winter to upgrade, dream, and see what things I can do better than the manufacture did on the MH. You know what I mean, make it your own and give it that personal touch.
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Old 11-13-2013, 01:36 PM   #22
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Where ya headed in TX? I think are going to start by Austin, I really like to get down to Padre island.
Is this your first year also? We are just north of you.
Hoping to leave the week after Christmas.
A change of plans going to Quartzite Az first then stay around somewhere in Tx.then head back towards home maybe mid-late March.
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Old 11-14-2013, 11:53 AM   #23
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Your mistake was putting it in storage.. Better to drive it to Vegas
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DH winterized last week...however will be heading to Dollywood the day after Christmas for 7 days and to Florida Valentines week. We have more than enough to do at home but we can't wait to get on the road again!
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