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Old 05-31-2012, 08:06 PM   #1
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Hello from Labrador!

We are a family of four with 2 young children. We purchased a brand new Freedom Express 292BDHS today.

This is our very first TT. -already getting the lingo.

We're excited and nervous but have been dreaming about doing this for years. It gotta be better than staying in hotels.

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Old 05-31-2012, 08:23 PM   #2
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You'll love it. The big thing I am finding is to learn the new way of traveling and planning.
For example, I booked a site in a northern ontario provincial park this weekend and fought that secluded site and waterfront were a good thing. Well... It is a beautiful site but we are very new at this and found it challenging getting into it. I am sure most experienced people could just swing their TT iin but I learned that next time I book a site I'll be asking for drievethrough or the easiest spot to park.
Lots of fun and don't forget to pack the bug spray!
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you'll love it. The big thing i am finding is to learn the new way of traveling and planning.
For example, i booked a site in a northern ontario provincial park this weekend and fought that secluded site and waterfront were a good thing. Well... It is a beautiful site but we are very new at this and found it challenging getting into it. I am sure most experienced people could just swing their tt iin but i learned that next time i book a site i'll be asking for drievethrough or the easiest spot to park.
Lots of fun and don't forget to pack the bug spray!


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Welcome Labradorian.. I married one.
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