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Old 06-19-2013, 10:14 AM   #1
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After several years with a travel trailer then a fifth wheel we have moved up to a motorhome. Georgetown XL 378 and we love it. Just a few minor quality issue nothing more than to be expected. At least for now.
We are looking forward to some wonderful vacations and meeting people.
We consider this motorhome to be an excellent value for the price. It is well constructed with plenty of amenities. It is fun and easy to drive and my DW loves to drive it too.
This is a great forum with lots of information. Looking forward to reading and posting more.
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Old 06-19-2013, 10:20 AM   #2
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Old 06-19-2013, 10:23 AM   #3
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I take offense to considering a motorhome "moving up" from a fifth wheel. But those sniveling TT dwellers are almost the worst.

Nah, just kidding... welcome!
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I take offense to considering a motorhome "moving down" from a fifth wheel. But those sniveling 5er dwellers are almost the worst. ��

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Old 06-19-2013, 11:04 AM   #5
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Moving up.

Yah Yah Yah
I suppose it wasn't the greatest choice of words. I guess I was thinking of ourselves when I wrote it. We started with a basic 18' TT then a 34' fifth wheel with extras and now a 37' motorhome with everything we need to leave anytime the urge strikes us.
You are right though. Some of the fifth wheels we looked at were really tempting. They are nice. They have everything that a motorhome has plus some, just not the motor and steering wheel.
My wife and I do joke to others that the reason we bought a motorhome was so we could "make nachos and then eat them as we go down the road". And not to mention use the restroom without stopping.
Thanks for the reply.
Hope we meet up sometime.
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Yah Yah Yah
I suppose it wasn't the greatest choice of words. I guess I was thinking of ourselves when I wrote it. We started with a basic 18' TT then a 34' fifth wheel with extras and now a 37' motorhome with everything we need to leave anytime the urge strikes us.
You are right though. Some of the fifth wheels we looked at were really tempting. They are nice. They have everything that a motorhome has plus some, just not the motor and steering wheel.
My wife and I do joke to others that the reason we bought a motorhome was so we could "make nachos and then eat them as we go down the road". And not to mention use the restroom without stopping.
Thanks for the reply.
Hope we meet up sometime.
Oh, and by the way, WELCOME to the FR forums. You're gonna LOVE that Georgetown.
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Welcome from West Texas.
BTW, I have a good friend that lives in Whitehouse.
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Welcome from your neighbor over in Tyler.... Maybe we could run into each other at a local CG some weekend...

All these guys/gals on this forum are great and are loaded with tons of info....

Again, welcome and happy travels.....
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Thanks Ernest
We should
This weekend we are camping at Tyler State Park to check out our rig then the following we are leaving to Florida on the beach for a week.
We'll stay in touch.
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