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Old 11-05-2015, 07:48 PM   #1
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Thanks FR3 friends

Hello All, we bought a FR3 25DS in May 2015, went on several small weekend trips, then went on our first 'snow bird' sojourn to Texas, living in a FR3 for a week or two, no issue, but when you stay longer, we got cabin fever, storage, kitchen, general livability compelled us to trade in for a Georgetown 369XL while we were on the road, we plan on RV'ing 6 months a year, we took a slight loss, but prorated over 20 years, it was not worth the discomfort in the short term, a case of 'unhappy Wife = unhappy Life', not worth the financial hassle, besides we cant take it with us, no significant issues w/FR3 25DS, just decided to do it now vs later, so thanks all FR3 Forum friends for tips and advice.....see you on road

Mike & Sun
Pets - Piotti, Kongatti
2016 Georgetown 369 XL
US Army 22 years
Days Camped
2015 - 50+ days
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Old 11-06-2015, 07:55 PM   #2
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Good deal - I'm glad you found an RV that you like!
Out of curiousity, what are you seeing as the big differences? I assume the length change has to feel gigantic, but what about build quality and the 'stuff' in the RV? Better quality?
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