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Old 05-20-2013, 07:02 AM   #21
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Great! Glad you are enjoying it. Since you wrote that this trip you will decide to either keep or sell your RV, I'm assuming since you are making reservations for next year - you are going to keep her? We are currently having the time of our life in Key West right now! Life is good!!!
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Old 05-21-2013, 12:40 AM   #22
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Great! Glad you are enjoying it. Since you wrote that this trip you will decide to either keep or sell your RV, I'm assuming since you are making reservations for next year - you are going to keep her? We are currently having the time of our life in Key West right now! Life is good!!!
Small world, we're in Key West also! Not camping though.

It is a fun place. :-)
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Old 05-21-2013, 06:53 AM   #23
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Small world, we're in Key West also! Not camping though.

It is a fun place. :-)
Yes it is, and Blue Water RV resort, MM 14, is probably the gold standard for RV resorts. Really is a RESORT! We have only 2 more nights here, then have to begin the haul back to reality. BTW took a biplane ride for the sunset last night, wonderful!
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Sounds like your fears were unfounded! How was the drive? Now you are "experienced" , lol.
Tina and Ted - Our son and daughter-in-law drove down with us but they only stayed for three days. The drive back is all on me which means Montgomery, Birmingham and Nashville to navigate the RV through. After that, yes I will be "experienced"!!
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Old 05-22-2013, 06:49 AM   #25
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Buddyu - I don't mean to complicate matters, but if you enjoy it, may want to consider downsizing to a smaller A or, even a c, since it is just you and your wife now. Our c has enough room for my husband and I and our two dogs, but drives like a car. I have no concern driving it, even in heavy traffic. High wind is a problem, but that is a concern with your current rig as well. Anyway, just a thought.
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We had a 27' Jayco Eagle that handled like a dream ~ It was as easy for me as DH's truck ~ just a tad longer (LOL, his truck seems very long to me) If I were going motorized, a Class C would be my preference.

Glad you're having a good trip
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Old 09-21-2013, 07:16 PM   #27
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Great! Glad you are enjoying it. Since you wrote that this trip you will decide to either keep or sell your RV, I'm assuming since you are making reservations for next year - you are going to keep her? We are currently having the time of our life in Key West right now! Life is good!!!
Debbie did you find any place in Key West that can compare to St. Rosa? We did make reservations for next year and considering going back in late October.
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Debbie did you find any place in Key West that can compare to St. Rosa? We did make reservations for next year and considering going back in late October.
We stayed for a week at Bluewater RV Resort. Probably the best place, most private, beautiful RV resort there is!
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BuddyU - we are heading to TopSail Preserve State Park near Destin on Thursday for five nights. We travel with our friend (Displaced2) in his Lexington. Should be great!!
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BuddyU - we are heading to TopSail Preserve State Park near Destin on Thursday for five nights. We travel with our friend (Displaced2) in his Lexington. Should be great!!
Debbie
Sure hope it stops raining by the time you get here. We got to Topsail on Saturday and it has rained, rained, and rained. Hadn't been to the beach yet. This morning about 1:00 AM is started raining very hard and did for over almost two hours. All the standing water unfortunately is prompting the serpents to move around a bit, just keep an eye out for them especially if you are on the back row.
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