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Old 01-22-2013, 06:07 PM   #11
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Gerry - if it doesn't sell that's an option. My heartburn is the unit is intended for frequent use as motorhomes don't do well sitting. In addition, it's tough to justify the investment in a motorhome sitting when a park model can be had for half the cost.

Thank you!
i had a 40 foot kroft park model-for 10 years. you feel a need to get out to the park model the same way. after a while you feel as if you have to use it.

if you park your forester their then during the summer months can sometimes take it to other places for change of pace then repark at site.

you've already bought the forester-if i remember you bought it from that dealer in michigan for great price. if you keep it in shape you can use it in future

after i sold the park model and site-which i owned-i did not buy another rv. i am looking now because i am going to retire and have the time. rv's when you do not have alot of time to use them are a lot of money that sits.
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Old 01-22-2013, 06:16 PM   #12
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Thank you for the advice Gerry - happy camping!
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