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Old 10-13-2012, 09:12 PM   #1
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Smile Hello From Manitoba

Hi everyone, our family has been camping for years and in the fall of 2010 we upgraded from a pop-up to a Grey Wolf 28BHKS. We bought it in Wisconsin because the price was right. We love camping and really enjoy our Grey Wolf. Other than having a tire blow out taking it home from the dealer and subsequently having to replace all the trail express tires we have had no issues (knock on wood).

I enjoy reading the forum threads and learning from everyone's wisdom, it makes the transition to a travel trailer a lot easier.

Glad to be a new member!
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Old 10-13-2012, 10:27 PM   #2
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to the forums! I got to agree that this site is helpful in learning the ropes and tricks of the trade. Glad to have you here.

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Old 10-13-2012, 10:35 PM   #3
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Hi everyone, our family has been camping for years and in the fall of 2010 we upgraded from a pop-up to a Grey Wolf 28BHKS. We bought it in Wisconsin because the price was right. We love camping and really enjoy our Grey Wolf. Other than having a tire blow out taking it home from the dealer and subsequently having to replace all the trail express tires we have had no issues (knock on wood).

I enjoy reading the forum threads and learning from everyone's wisdom, it makes the transition to a travel trailer a lot easier.

Glad to be a new member!
What part of Manitoba are you from? We picked up a Wildwood 28dbud this year and really enjoy it.
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Old 10-13-2012, 10:36 PM   #4
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Hi everyone, our family has been camping for years and in the fall of 2010 we upgraded from a pop-up to a Grey Wolf 28BHKS. We bought it in Wisconsin because the price was right. We love camping and really enjoy our Grey Wolf. Other than having a tire blow out taking it home from the dealer and subsequently having to replace all the trail express tires we have had no issues (knock on wood).

I enjoy reading the forum threads and learning from everyone's wisdom, it makes the transition to a travel trailer a lot easier.

Glad to be a new member!
Welcome, we're also from Manitoba!

Agreed, a great forum.
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Old 10-14-2012, 07:50 AM   #5
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Welcome to the forum neighbor.
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Welcome from west central Missouri. There is lot of great knowledge here and awesome Forest River Forum (FRF) friends, so don't hesitate to ask questions and share your experiences.
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What part of Manitoba are you from? We picked up a Wildwood 28dbud this year and really enjoy it.
We live in Winnipeg and camp mostly in Manitoba, Ontario and Minnesota. We just put our trailer in storage, can't wait for spring to start camping again.
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Welcome to the forum, we are only 300 miles from Wpg. in Northwestern Ontario. You may have camped nearby at Quetico Provincial Park, Dawson Trail Campgrounds.
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Welcome to the site.
Sounds like you've been getting more snow down there, so far, than we have up here in the north part of the province.
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We live in Winnipeg and camp mostly in Manitoba, Ontario and Minnesota. We just put our trailer in storage, can't wait for spring to start camping again.
Welcome to the forum from a fellow Winnipeger in Norwod Flats.
We just upgraded this year from an RPOD to a 6504 Vibe VCROSS.

The 2 kids love the slide out bunks with windows. We mainly camp at Riding Mountain National Park. Lots to do and see there. Another hidden gem is Spruce Woods Provincial Park, home of the "Spirit Sands" Carberry Desert (great place to camp & hike).
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