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Old 03-07-2012, 10:17 PM   #435
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Me 45 and my partner 48. This is our first rig , after tenting for 10 years we bought a Coleman pop up a year and a half ago, that lasted until June of 2011, then we bought a 2012 keystone outback travel trailer, which lasted 8 months and we traded it in on our 2007 Winnie which we have had for a month and have been the past 4 weekends.


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Old 03-07-2012, 10:50 PM   #436
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I am 71 and drive a 2003 sightseer no toad as yet.
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Old 03-07-2012, 10:53 PM   #437
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This is our 3rd motorhome. First was a 1989 Alumnalite 27 ft
Second was a 2005 Winnebago Sightseer, very nice but light weight. Also no W/D, and DD likes the full bath as do I and she likes the full bathtub.

A 1992 American Eagle, an oldie and needs more work but we will get it done and even though it doesn't have a slide I like it. There may be one more in our life, that is to be seen. DD and I go this is something I enjoy doing as does she. This is our first diesel pusher. I have a 2006 Saturn stick shift toad. We have had this motorhome a few months but turned out to need more work then we thought. Hubby has finally relented and admitted he just doesn't have time to do it so I am going to have the fixes done. He told me to keep the other till done, but I had an offer without advertising and I decided to sell it, a bird in the hand you know. Sure glad I did with gas prices like they are I might not have been able to sell it.

I will be 66 this month, hubby in August. DD is 41 Friday and is mentally challenged she lives with us. Hubby works overseas and is gone more then he is home, says he will retire in 2 more years. We have a son 43 who works and has lived in S Korea for over 20 years, we seldom see him.
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Old 03-08-2012, 07:46 AM   #438
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Old 03-09-2012, 08:28 AM   #441
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Here's our current love, getting ready to dump money in it to get everything checked, fluids, filters, belts, and hoses changed. We were going to do it ourselves but just no time if I'm going to use it this year.
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Here's our current love, getting ready to dump money in it to get everything checked, fluids, filters, belts, and hoses changed. We were going to do it ourselves but just no time if I'm going to use it this year.

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I'm 70, my wife is 62, We drive a 1990 Starcraft class A and tow a 1997 CRV, also ride a 1989 Honda Goldwing and a 1993 Honda Helix scooter. Life is good!!!
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We drive a 2012 Newmar Dutch Star, floor plan 4346 and have a 2011 GMC Canyon crew cab truck. Hubby is 65 and I'm 61
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I am 70 and DW is 68. First RV was a '70 VW Westfalia. Now we half-time in a Coachmen Mirada 2001 and tow a Subaru Forester 2003... It's all good.

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