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Old 02-25-2013, 08:12 PM   #11
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First thing you need to do is book at least one trip every month until winter. That way you make yourself make time to use your investment. The wife and I book one distance trip every month, then we try to get away for a second trip closer to home. Most months we do get in both trips. Last year we logged 7,000 miles, while both working full time jobs.

Don't go broke buying stuff... it is almost yard sale season. You can get almost all the housewares you need for a fraction of the cost.
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Old 02-26-2013, 08:59 AM   #12
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First thing you need to do is book at least one trip every month until winter. That way you make yourself make time to use your investment. The wife and I book one distance trip every month, then we try to get away for a second trip closer to home. Most months we do get in both trips. Last year we logged 7,000 miles, while both working full time jobs.

Don't go broke buying stuff... it is almost yard sale season. You can get almost all the housewares you need for a fraction of the cost.
We plan to make the time, I have 22 days of vacation to use this summer so that's a lot of Fridays and Mondays plus 2 separate full weeks, one trip planned to a park over July 4th weekend and one planned for Memorial Day weekend, plus a trip to myrtle beach is being planned for a week in either late July or Early August. And we will palm other weekends as we go, but we will defiantly be using it as much as we can any time we get a minute we will be going somewhere.
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Old 02-26-2013, 09:00 AM   #13
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Congrats! We bought one as well. We pick ours up later next month.
Thanks, the pick up was the best part it's finally setting in on us, it's an awesome trailer I can't wait to start using it, congrats on your as well and happy camping.
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Old 02-03-2014, 08:57 AM   #14
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I just picked up the same model all electric have you had any problems with yours just curious
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