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Old 10-24-2014, 11:37 PM   #11
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Location: central OK
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Hello from Chandler, Ok!
Well, that's where are house is, but almost every weekend we are at Lake Keystone, by sandsprings, where we have a seasonal site.
Suppose to be an awesome weekend, so if your still using your old camper and your out camping like us, have fun!!!
Ps. Congrats on the new unit, its always exciting waiting for your new camper to come in!!

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Old 10-25-2014, 08:10 AM   #12
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Join Date: Oct 2014
Location: Mechanicsburg, PA
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Welcome and congrats!!
We too just went from a pop up to a hybrid - picked up our new Forest River Solaire 163x on Wednesday night. We loved our pop-up - so easy to haul and set up.
The hybrids are great for us - we like to take weekend trips - take off Friday after work and come home Sunday afternoon - need something nice and easy to pull and set up for a short trip. Also, when we do take more time off work, we like to stay a few days here and a few days there - the hybrid is so light - moving from place to place is a breeze and doesn't cost us a fortune in fuel.
Unfortunately, camping season is mostly at an end up here in PA where we live so other than my boyfriend maybe taking it on a few hunting trips, it will be put in storage and covered for the winter. I do plan on visiting it at least once a week however, don't want it to get lonely.

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