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Old 01-05-2014, 04:20 PM   #883
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I'm 71 & my wife is soon to be 69. We have a R-Vision 27' B+ and will upgrade to a small Class A after our Alaska cruise this summer.
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Old 01-05-2014, 04:24 PM   #884
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Old 01-06-2014, 12:07 PM   #885
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We both are 62 and retired Army. Will retire in 7 months for good from my civilian job. We drive a 1990 Barth Regency DP, 32' long. Really looking forward to getting on the road for longer trips after Aug.

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Old 01-06-2014, 12:11 PM   #886
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Old 01-06-2014, 12:15 PM   #887
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I'm 50 and my wife is 40. We fulltime in our 2008 Revolution 42LE.
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Old 01-06-2014, 12:45 PM   #888
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Old 01-06-2014, 02:08 PM   #889
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I'm 50 and my wife is 40. We fulltime in our 2008 Revolution 42LE.
Nice looking rig. I saw it on the other thread about towing.

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Old 01-06-2014, 10:49 PM   #890
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I will be 68 in March, my DD travels with me, she is 42 and has Williams syndrome, but we have a great time together.

Hubby, Tom, is still working. I thought he was going to retire but was offered another 2 1/2 project in Angola. Years ago he says oh wait and we may travel someday. But he has worked overseas going on 14 years now
and when he is home really doesn't want to go. I figure the odds of him wanting to go after retirement is pretty low. He doesn't care if DD and I go. I generally only do once a year, I'm hoping to head out more often. But we moved back home as MIL is not doing well, memory issues. Already with through all this with my mom, so going to continue going while I can. We know in the coming years she will eventually go to a nursing home but still able to be home at this time.

This is my 3rd motorhome, first was an old class C, 2nd a 2005 Winnie with 2 slides, 29 ft but I had trouble keeping it on the road. He did everything to it to correct but it was just to light. So bought me an old 92 American Eagle, she is solid as a rock.

We have gone over 20k miles in them over the last few years, hope to go more frequently in the future. time will tell.
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I'm 39 and the wife 37 boys 13 and 9 lab 3. And bought my first rv 14 years ago and been loving the lifestyle ever since . The first was a 1992 Monaco dynasty DP had it for 6 years then got a 2006 40' Sierra 5 r and now a 2014 Outlaw toy hauler and towing a Tj wrangler and hauling my son's mx bikes to the races in the summer. DW wasn't to fond of the Outlaw at first but she has taken a liken to it now. Partly because of the uses and versatility of it and I promised her a new Anthem for her next RV when the boys are out of the nest.........

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I will be 68 in March, my DD travels with me, she is 42 and has Williams syndrome, but we have a great time together. Hubby, Tom, is still working. I thought he was going to retire but was offered another 2 1/2 project in Angola. Years ago he says oh wait and we may travel someday. But he has worked overseas going on 14 years now and when he is home really doesn't want to go. I figure the odds of him wanting to go after retirement is pretty low. He doesn't care if DD and I go. I generally only do once a year, I'm hoping to head out more often. But we moved back home as MIL is not doing well, memory issues. Already with through all this with my mom, so going to continue going while I can. We know in the coming years she will eventually go to a nursing home but still able to be home at this time. This is my 3rd motorhome, first was an old class C, 2nd a 2005 Winnie with 2 slides, 29 ft but I had trouble keeping it on the road. He did everything to it to correct but it was just to light. So bought me an old 92 American Eagle, she is solid as a rock. We have gone over 20k miles in them over the last few years, hope to go more frequently in the future. time will tell.
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Old 01-08-2014, 07:28 AM   #893
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That was a couple years ago, it needs waxed again, that was 5 coats I put on! I don't think it had been waxed for quite awhile and the crème was a bear to bring back. And its filthy as it was at the shop getting some work done, set out and then we drove it home in slush. Can't clean it till I get someplace warmer and this summer need to wax again.
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Old 01-08-2014, 06:25 PM   #894
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