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Old 01-08-2019, 11:50 AM   #41
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500 miles a day is plenty for us in our little Sunseeker !!!
2 old retired folks !!!
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Old 01-08-2019, 12:30 PM   #42
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I go as far as my cats can hold their pee...

Typically 400-500 miles or six hours...whichever comes first!

They usually let me know with what I call 'The Kitty Choir'!
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Old 01-08-2019, 12:38 PM   #43
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I go as far as my cats can hold their pee...

Typically 400-500 miles or six hours...whichever comes first!

They usually let me know with what I call 'The Kitty Choir'!
No Kitty Litter Box ???
LOL !!!

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Old 01-08-2019, 12:43 PM   #44
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No Kitty Litter Box ???
LOL !!!

Not in the truck!

They ride in carriers in the back seat.
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Old 01-08-2019, 09:01 PM   #45
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I go as far as my cats can hold their pee...

Typically 400-500 miles or six hours...whichever comes first!

They usually let me know with what I call 'The Kitty Choir'!
So YOU Donít pee? Or you pee in bottles like in dumb & dumber?
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Old 01-10-2019, 03:25 PM   #46
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So YOU Donít pee? Or you pee in bottles like in dumb & dumber?
I take it you've never had to round up three cats for the road...

Once in the carriers and in the truck...that is where they stay until the next campground.
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We bought our TT in April last year, picked it up the 1st of May. Since then we have traveled 4,000 miles and camped 40 nights. We're having a blast.

In 2019 what we have planned so far is

4 Day shake out trip after de-winterizing

18 day trip to Universal Studios in Fla late March and early April

4 day work Mission trip to UMCOR Depot in Baldwin, LA in May

14 day trip to Kentucky to visit family.

10 day TX State Parks trip

Possibly 4 day TX Renaissance Festival trip.

And I'm sure we'll probably fit in a coupe of short trips as well.
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We have a month planned starting later this month in SC/FL/GA.

A week in Canada in June.

A week near Bar Harbor in August (tent camping).

Six weeks in AZ/UT starting in mid-September.

And a couple of nights motorcycle camping in June & Sept. in NY.

That's the most we've ever done.
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I take it you've never had to round up three cats for the road...

Once in the carriers and in the truck...that is where they stay until the next campground.
John, I thought you were more of a man, than to be the owner of 3 Cats !!!

Just Kidding Man !!!
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Old 01-12-2019, 10:01 PM   #50
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John, I thought you were more of a man, than to be the owner of 3 Cats !!!

Just Kidding Man !!!
I used to have seven...

And they ain't just any old cats...but all Maincoones!

Besides...I don't need no doggie to take me for a walk every morning, noon and night!

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