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Old 05-15-2013, 10:51 PM   #1
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From the cultural epicenter of the world, central Oklahoma

Just checking in for an introduction, we are new to Coachmen but not new to RVing. Have owned an Airstream TT, Holiday Rambler Class A, Born Free Class C and now a Freelander 3150SS.
Spend most of our RV time in the Rocky's standing in a trout stream or over in southwestern Utah, but planning a trip to follow the Lewis & Clark travel route in the near future.
So far my only complaint about the Freelander is the truly pitiful owners manual, but with the help of this forum I'll be able to tackle whatever comes along.

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Old 05-15-2013, 11:02 PM   #2
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You will not be disappointed in the Lewis and Clark Trail! I have never been East of Montana, but Highway 12 in Idaho is phenomenal! When you make it out that way, do yourself a favor and plan a dinner at "Dining on the Edge." It is a wonderful restaurant located in Orofino with a wide variety of food choices. Their salmon and steaks are to die for!
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