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Old 02-05-2015, 02:32 PM   #1
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Hello from Springfield, MO

I retired in September and we are new to the RVing world but anxious to get started. My wife and I have attended a couple RV shows so we can get familiar with RV choices. We attended the RV show in St Louis last week and we had a great time. After spending Thursday and Friday at the show we have narrowed it down to Class C units due to our circumstances. We really favor the Forest River Sunseeker line but are currently stuck on models. Sorry to be so long winded here so I will start a new thread with a lot of questions!! Thanks to all and here we go..................Bud

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Old 02-05-2015, 05:47 PM   #2
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Welcome from Wisconsin and congrats on your recent retirement. When comparing models look at the amount of, or lack of, storage. Try to imagine yourself 'stuck' in the camper for a rainy day, is there enough room to be comfortable? Good luck with your decision.

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Old 02-05-2015, 08:32 PM   #3
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Welcome too from West Tennessee area! Enjoy the search but please take your time in deciding which coach to purchase. Love the Springfield area and get up that way when I can since I have a brother living in the Nixa area.
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Welcome from Indiana and I have to agree , look at everything , storage , room , and what if's , just remember that on rainy days if you have a nice awning and a great spot you can escape if need be . Also sit in the unit for as long as you can just to see if if you can get comfortable and if you can then the unit might be just the one for you . Have fun and enjoy the RV life , there is nothing like it.
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