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Old 10-19-2013, 06:31 PM   #21
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I tend to use the forum as a way to get me over the urge to be out in our Sunseeker. Although there are posts that inspire me, I've been known to jump out of bed to go check something after I've read some posts. My sweet wife rolled her eyes when I suggested I needed a line in our budget for FRF ideas and suggestions.
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Old 10-19-2013, 06:46 PM   #22
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Yes I can't imagine having my RV in a storage lot. I like the sunseeker right outside my garage. Can pretty much walk in my pajamas from the house to the RV. OFten I will shower in the RV instead of going back into the house.. .lol
After reading your posts about how much time you spend in your RV, I have to wonder if your freedom to do so is with your wife's blessings and approval? Or even with some planning on her part to get you out of the house
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Old 10-19-2013, 07:45 PM   #23
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We just finished a three day weekend, (Columbus Day) in massachusetts, got home around 4:00PM Monday, backed the RV in it's spot. Cleaned up, put a few things away, emptied the fridge and un-hooked the truck. Had dinner, went to bed, got up at 2:30 in the morning the next day and flew to Fort Myers to stay at our house down here in beautiful SWF. Today on the way home from Bass Pro Shops, I stopped at an RV Dealer just to look at RV's because I haven't seen mine for four days. Now I am wondering if I might have a problem. I might go to Camping world tomorrow.
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Old 10-19-2013, 08:01 PM   #24
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After reading your posts about how much time you spend in your RV, I have to wonder if your freedom to do so is with your wife's blessings and approval? Or even with some planning on her part to get you out of the house
Lol

We both love the RV. She grew up in one.
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Old 10-19-2013, 08:09 PM   #26
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I cannot believe you guys are this hooked on your RVs! I would never be so captivated by my Sandpiper. Well, maybe a little bit. I don't think I could stand storing my baby at some cold, dark, lonely storage facility with RVs that it doesn't know and where some strange person it does not know may walk by and touch it...haha. You guys know what they say, "the only difference in men and boys is the price and size of their toys". This is why I love this forum so much. I can interact with a bunch of RV junkies like myself.
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Old 10-19-2013, 08:14 PM   #27
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Old 10-19-2013, 08:19 PM   #28
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OK, add another one to the group. Mine is stored in a building at a storage facility, but I can get to it anytime. I sometimes go there and crank up the tunes, lay on the couch and think about our next trip. That's in addition to any opportunity I get to bring her home and tweak her out.
Yes Gasman I have done that! I would go pick up the camper and before I take the cover off I'm on the bed thinking about the trip! We all should sell everything and hit the road.
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I wouldn't be able to handle having my RV in storage away from home. It would be kinda like your dog being in the pound.
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I wouldn't be able to handle having my RV in storage away from home. It would be kinda like your dog being in the pound.
I was the same way with our boat. I thought I would never get rid of our 40' cabin cruiser. You can only drive around the lake so much. That's the great part of the RV, the only limits you have are the roads and where they go. So for the most part its endless.

Not to high jack my own thread but what's the farthest someone has driven their RV? I mean theoretically you can drive to Alaska and attempt to cross into Russian and keep going, right?
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