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Old 05-21-2012, 09:14 PM   #1
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We decided the time was now to graduate to an RV. Carfax did not indicate any issues and in February we flew to Florida and drove home with a 2005 Lexington 270S with 34k miles and 2 previous owners. We happened onto a 2 hour highway delay at rush hour, as it turned out the cause was a class A that was burnt along side the road. We weren't certain what kind of omen that was! We boondocked 2 nights on our way home and put a tarp over her with the anticipation of a normal New England winter, but this winter was like none I can remember. We had mud season about 2 months early so we patted ourselves on the back for our timing. We discovered that our RV had some excellent cosmetics done to it that we didn't see until we got home, so we are hoping this site has some experts that will share their knowledge or experience. We are also the first to admit that overall we have a lot to learn! We look forward to years of RVing and someday years from now being able to share our experiences to the then "Newbies." "Hard tellin not knowin!"

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Old 05-21-2012, 09:21 PM   #2
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That's a great story! Congratulations on your new-to-you RV.

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