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Old 02-01-2016, 07:26 AM   #21
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Sorry for your loss. loosing a loved and cherished one and a way of spending time together enjoying each others company is never easy.

so much good advice. to keep or sell?
keeping it means you may miss his presence more with everything you do surrounding the trailer.
Selling it offers perhaps another couple the opportunity to experience what you both had in sharing a campers lifestyle and company.

Tough decisions.
If my wife or I passed I would hope that the remaining one would carry on enjoying life with or without the trailer being used.

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Old 02-01-2016, 11:15 AM   #22
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Once again, thank you all for your kind responses.

Funny, I never even considered camping in our Motorhome without my husband. Now, after talking with our financial advisor, reconsidering and recalculating my future ..... I have decided to keep my motorhome at this point! We have many family members and friends still camping ..... So, I guess, I will keep my RV standing with the "posse", ha!

Surprises with each new day!

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Old 02-01-2016, 11:31 AM   #23
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Sorry for your loss. I can't imagine how you feel. First of all, wait a few months until things settle down, and you feel comfortable selling your motor home.

I believe you should consider consigning it with a reputable dealer. You do not need the hassle or potential danger of showing, test driving, a used motorhome. You also greatly limit your liability when selling it through a consignment dealer. The title passes from you to the dealer, then to the buyer. I believe this would be the safest way for you to sell your ring. Good luck and God bless
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Old 02-10-2016, 03:27 AM   #24
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Sorry for your loss. Not a good time to make big decisions, but if you ever do decide to sell your beloved Solera and CR-V, I would be very interested in talking with you further. My wife and I are very excited about upgrading our RV experience into a Solera. We live in Portland Oregon and have camped for years in a tent trailer, but as I face retirement, and am done cranking up the heavy Jayco.

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