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Old 02-08-2013, 09:32 PM   #687
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Old 02-09-2013, 07:43 AM   #688
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46 and DW is 43... We have 2 boys, 6 and 9 and a 4 year old Coton De Tulear. We just ordered a 2014 34' Palazzo by Thor, our toad is 2013 Jeep Rubicon 4 door. Our first RV ever.
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46 and DW is 43... We have 2 boys, 6 and 9 and a 4 year old Coton De Tulear. We just ordered a 2014 34' Palazzo by Thor, our toad is 2013 Jeep Rubicon 4 door. Our first RV ever.
Redridge, congrats on your new unit! Between the unit and your very nice toad, it sounds like you have a great combination. Because they are both new, I am going to make the bold assumption that you could have purchased whatever coach an size of coach you wanted. Curious to know why you only went with a 34 foot with 2 growing boys? I see its your first so maybe that is a factor. Would love to see how soon, you decide to upgrade to something larger. My wife and I started in 36 ft Discovery but outgrew after 2 seasons because we wanted more space. Welcome to the RV world!
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Old 02-15-2013, 06:18 AM   #694
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we drive a 40' 2000 Beaver Patriot 425 Thunder, Montecello and tow a 2008 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited X 4-door with a NSA Ready Brute tow Bar


The DW and I are retired and FT and couldnt be happier
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Oh Yeah I forgot the age thing,
Im 56 my DW is 59 and we have been together for 36 years,

We started out in a tent and just kept on going through the pop-up and Travel Trailer stage and are now enjoying our new to us Motor Home
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Redridge, congrats on your new unit! Between the unit and your very nice toad, it sounds like you have a great combination. Because they are both new, I am going to make the bold assumption that you could have purchased whatever coach an size of coach you wanted. Curious to know why you only went with a 34 foot with 2 growing boys? I see its your first so maybe that is a factor. Would love to see how soon, you decide to upgrade to something larger. My wife and I started in 36 ft Discovery but outgrew after 2 seasons because we wanted more space. Welcome to the RV world!
Will def let you know when we go bigger... main reason we got the Palazzo 33.3 is the layout, we love the double bunks and overhead bunks. The double bunks acts like a bench when needed (the top bunk swivels down and acts as the back rest, while sitting on the bottom bunk), across it is an LCD display... so that will be their entertainment area on rainy days... But that is all theoritical. We actually need to live in it and see how it works out for us. As for the 34ft, we will see but it actually seems big to us and at the time we were looking, 36ft seems way big for us... we are only weekender and vacationers. We still plan travelling abroad for vacations so, when we dont do that, the Palazzo is our main ticket. Thanks for the welcome!
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