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Old 12-13-2012, 07:29 AM   #31
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I recall tent camping with my dad and sister when I was was not fun for my dad though. After complaining about bugs and Mosquitos we ended up in a hotel that nite. I married, then we tent camped....only I think we were cursed, because every time we went, it poured!!! DH bought a 31ft Coachman -no slides. We owned that for 12 years and had many great trips! It was a great rig. This year we upgraded to the XLR Thunderbolt toyhauler because I had surprised him with a new Harley Davidson Roadking Classic for his birthday and we knew we wanted to take it with us on our trips. I figure we will keep this beauty for a LONG time. Heck if we ever get too old to ride, then I want one of those souped up golf carts!! After that, I would love to settle in a Class A when I am in my 80's!!

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Old 12-14-2012, 08:46 AM   #32
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I started in a 31 foot class "a". Sold it a bought a PUP. Figured I went a wee too far on the downsizing and sold the PUP for a Roo.

If you concentrate on your 'needs' instead of your 'wants', you will find that downsizing can happen.


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