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Old 02-13-2010, 05:41 PM   #1
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Guess what I saw today.

Today, on I30 near Texarkana, TX I saw a large class A diesel powered motorhome towing what looked like a 30 foot travel trailer. Just thought it looked odd.

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Old 02-13-2010, 05:46 PM   #2
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maybe it was a guy doing a delivery,
was it new ?

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Old 02-13-2010, 05:48 PM   #3
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Seen it quite a few times where people tow a trailer for teen age kids.
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That would be one way I could bring along enough beer
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We'll probably see folks towing a TH trailer with a small car inside -- bring the in-laws and have transportation -- what a life!
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Probably the quarters for the chauffeur and maid.....

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Once in Florida, we did see a 45 footer with a small TT in the site next to it and found out later that the TT was for the nanny.

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A few years ago, my bro-in-law suggested a trip to Yellowstone. I have a Class A, He has a Yukon w/ 30' TT. We sat, talked, mapped out a route, planning stops along the way. (From South Jersey to Yellowstone) well, we say it's a good plan & we're gonna do it in the spring. Well, fast forward to 1 month before our planned departure date. He calls & says "I have good news & bad news about the Yellowstone trip....the bad news is I can't afford the expense to drive my Yukon, towing my trailer. However, the good news is we can still afford to go if you'll tow my TT behind your bus. That won't be such a big deal, will it?"

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We have seen a couple rigs towing a travel trailer come through here. We also saw a 45 footer towing a class B. Maybe they use the class B when they want to go "camping".

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