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Old 10-19-2013, 09:24 PM   #31
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With the one we have now, only five hours away. Next year is a different story, we are planning a six week trip to who knows where.

When we had a Class A the longest was Mass to Myrtle Beach and back
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Old 10-19-2013, 09:27 PM   #32
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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?
Endless is for sure and everywhere, except for parkways with low bridges.
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Old 10-19-2013, 09:34 PM   #33
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Good idea, never mind Goshen, let's all go to Russia. Then we cAn start a new countdown and instead of 10,000 daily "Thanks Phrank" posts to sort through, we can have just a few "thanks Chris"
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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.
My wife tells everyone that I have a support group...referring to this forum. But she does appreciate my RV knowledge gained from here.
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Old 10-19-2013, 11:17 PM   #35
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My wife tells everyone that I have a support group...referring to this forum. But she does appreciate my RV knowledge gained from here.
For sure I have gained knowledge from this group. It's nice to have a core group of people that all have the same common hobby.

I just got in from a 10 hour day of wedding photography. Totally exhausted but instead of going in our home I head to the 3170DS and tinker for a bit. Kids are sitting on the top bunk over the cab playing the WII
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Old 10-20-2013, 07:20 AM   #37
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I love being in the camper, frequently if a heavy rain would start up my wife would have a drink ready for me as I would run for the door. Nothing I like more than the sound of rain on the camper roof. I just traded in the jayco for a new flagstaff 5ver and it's waiting in the dealers lot till I can use it. For now I have to make due with the manual and this forum. I miss her so badly and I barely know her!
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My dog and I love taking a nap or just reading in our rv Sunny, whenever we get a chance, which isn't that often.
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When my camper is at 'home' I have it on blocks in the front A arm, 4 on both sides, then obviously 3 on the tongue jack. My driveway isn't level, so I don't really get a chance to live in it. I'd much rather be on level surface.
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My kids love the RV also. I work from home and will find myself working out of the RV often.
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