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Old 09-26-2016, 09:20 AM   #1
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Good Day folks, lurked for a while and absorbed information but this Saturday we will bringing home our new to us Coachmen 305 MB on a E450 chassis. Traded our Gulf Stream Amerlite 15BH TT in and have not been happier. 1st trip is 10/7 and last is Halloween weekend...then the long sleep till April '17.
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Congratulations on your new rig. We are going to recognize you by the big happy smiles.
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Old 09-26-2016, 01:28 PM   #4
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Good Day folks, lurked for a while and absorbed information but this Saturday we will bringing home our new to us Coachmen 305 MB on a E450 chassis. Traded our Gulf Stream Amerlite 15BH TT in and have not been happier. 1st trip is 10/7 and last is Halloween weekend...then the long sleep till April '17.
Nice! But i have to ask, why the long sleep?

Coming up is our favorite time of the year to take the rig out. We already have reservations for Halloween weekend and Thanksgiving week with my Mom and Friends in their rigs. Hopefully we'll have a couple more trips in between. Then in March, our annual 10 day spring break trip where, with any luck, we'll catch bunches of fish.
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Thanks!

Well...we might sneak a November trip in but we are a big loud Italian German Irish family so as November comes so does gatherings and holidays and everyone in everyone's business...
I do want to start earlier this year, the DW and I celebrate our Anniversary at the end of March so it might be in the Coachmen at a Camp Ground...who knows!
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Enjoy your "Coachman" we recently traded our 2005 "Coachman" Ramp & Camp" Didn't have any problems to speak of. We have a "Thor" Outlaw now but there are a lot of features we miss from the old MH.
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We are a atv utv family and this will make boondocking at trial heads much more enjoyable!
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