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Old 05-04-2016, 02:15 PM   #891
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I saw a Berk today
I - 85 north bound about area of Newnan Ga. Wow, wish I knew what year it was, split windshield , small tail lights, about 34'to 38' I guess. Followed them for awhile in my 18 wheeler. Wish they had a CB
Looking good guys!
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Old 05-05-2016, 09:49 AM   #892
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Most likely s 2008.... Mine has a split windshield so I'd think it was around that year... Not sure when they went to the one-piece windshield... Also - had to be at least a 38-39 footer because they don't make a 34 footer...


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Old 05-05-2016, 09:22 PM   #893
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I Saw A Berkshire

After leaving Motorhomes 2 Go in Grand Rapids with our new 2016 38A in Mystic Shadow, we camped at a KOA in Indiana near the Das Dutchmen (something) Restaurant. I think it was Middlebury. Anyway, we saw a 2014 38RB model in the Sunset Color. Jason and his wife and family were from New York and moving to Colorado. He says he is on the forum, so maybe he will see this. Seems their washing machine died and they had a service man there. For what it is worth we had the Splendide Washer and dryer from our Sportscoach moved into the Berk. That is what she wanted vs. the Whirlpool. Cost me $330 so I hope it was worth it.

Just wanted to say I purchased now two motorhomes in two years. A Sportscoach Cross-country in 2015 from Motorhome Specialist in Texas and now the Berkshire 38A from Motorhomes 2 Go in Michigan. I must say I had a better experience in Michigan and a great price. MHS could not match the deal I got at Motorhomes 2 Go and the service was better too. Great working with Evan, Micheal, Gene and Jim in Service with the all-day orientation.

Our trip home was much sooner as the Berk is a much better product and essentially very little issues to fix before we left. The only real issue was the Traveler Satellite got stuck in the up position. This happened at the KOA in Indiana the second night. I called Jim at Motorhomes 2 Go and he walked me through the diagnostics to get the satellite to fold down and stow. The multi-use HDMI set up to the 4 TV's in the Berk is fabulous.

Our first night we got in after dark in Woodchip campground. Probably not high on my list of recommendations, and part of the reason we left early, but they were very nice to refund our second night.

Great ride home to Happy Valley, very quiet, roomy and we love the fireplace and heat-pump air system. Even the on demand hot water heater was nice to us.

Looking forward to Myrtle Beach in two weeks. The campground is on the beach. Fishing in the AM and golf later in the day. Yeah Baby!
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Old 05-06-2016, 05:23 AM   #894
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Congrats. on your new Berkshire, hope you enjoy many miles of trouble free outings. Safe travels.
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The restaurant in Middlebury was probably the Essenhaus. Congrats on you new coach.

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Old 05-06-2016, 03:00 PM   #896
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After leaving Motorhomes 2 Go in Grand Rapids with our new 2016 38A in Mystic Shadow, we camped at a KOA in Indiana near the Das Dutchmen (something) Restaurant. I think it was Middlebury. Anyway, we saw a 2014 38RB model in the Sunset Color. Jason and his wife and family were from New York and moving to Colorado. He says he is on the forum, so maybe he will see this. Seems their washing machine died and they had a service man there. For what it is worth we had the Splendide Washer and dryer from our Sportscoach moved into the Berk. That is what she wanted vs. the Whirlpool. Cost me $330 so I hope it was worth it.



Just wanted to say I purchased now two motorhomes in two years. A Sportscoach Cross-country in 2015 from Motorhome Specialist in Texas and now the Berkshire 38A from Motorhomes 2 Go in Michigan. I must say I had a better experience in Michigan and a great price. MHS could not match the deal I got at Motorhomes 2 Go and the service was better too. Great working with Evan, Micheal, Gene and Jim in Service with the all-day orientation.



Our trip home was much sooner as the Berk is a much better product and essentially very little issues to fix before we left. The only real issue was the Traveler Satellite got stuck in the up position. This happened at the KOA in Indiana the second night. I called Jim at Motorhomes 2 Go and he walked me through the diagnostics to get the satellite to fold down and stow. The multi-use HDMI set up to the 4 TV's in the Berk is fabulous.



Our first night we got in after dark in Woodchip campground. Probably not high on my list of recommendations, and part of the reason we left early, but they were very nice to refund our second night.



Great ride home to Happy Valley, very quiet, roomy and we love the fireplace and heat-pump air system. Even the on demand hot water heater was nice to us.



Looking forward to Myrtle Beach in two weeks. The campground is on the beach. Fishing in the AM and golf later in the day. Yeah Baby!

Anyone picking up a rig at MH to go would do well to stay a few nights at Hidden Ridge. It's a modern nice park with paved roads. Wood Chip is not a place I would recommend. Nice people but sorely lacking in amenities.
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After leaving Motorhomes 2 Go in Grand Rapids with our new 2016 38A in Mystic Shadow, we camped at a KOA in Indiana near the Das Dutchmen (something) Restaurant. I think it was Middlebury. Anyway, we saw a 2014 38RB model in the Sunset Color. Jason and his wife and family were from New York and moving to Colorado. He says he is on the forum, so maybe he will see this. Seems their washing machine died and they had a service man there. For what it is worth we had the Splendide Washer and dryer from our Sportscoach moved into the Berk. That is what she wanted vs. the Whirlpool. Cost me $330 so I hope it was worth it.

Just wanted to say I purchased now two motorhomes in two years. A Sportscoach Cross-country in 2015 from Motorhome Specialist in Texas and now the Berkshire 38A from Motorhomes 2 Go in Michigan. I must say I had a better experience in Michigan and a great price. MHS could not match the deal I got at Motorhomes 2 Go and the service was better too. Great working with Evan, Micheal, Gene and Jim in Service with the all-day orientation.

Our trip home was much sooner as the Berk is a much better product and essentially very little issues to fix before we left. The only real issue was the Traveler Satellite got stuck in the up position. This happened at the KOA in Indiana the second night. I called Jim at Motorhomes 2 Go and he walked me through the diagnostics to get the satellite to fold down and stow. The multi-use HDMI set up to the 4 TV's in the Berk is fabulous.

Our first night we got in after dark in Woodchip campground. Probably not high on my list of recommendations, and part of the reason we left early, but they were very nice to refund our second night.

Great ride home to Happy Valley, very quiet, roomy and we love the fireplace and heat-pump air system. Even the on demand hot water heater was nice to us.

Looking forward to Myrtle Beach in two weeks. The campground is on the beach. Fishing in the AM and golf later in the day. Yeah Baby!
So glad to hear y'all are having a good time in your new coach! Keep in touch and let us know if we can help with anything.
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Northbound on I65 south of Louisville--he waved at us--anyone from the Berk Group?


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Is that FROG Bob's new XLT?


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