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Old 09-28-2014, 10:33 PM   #1
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Maiden Voyage

Well we just got back from our Maiden Voyage in our 2012 FR Flagstaff Classic.And also the first time I have ever pulled a fifth wheel camper. Everything went well and we had a wonderful weekend UNTIL we got home backing into my driveway I have a row of pine trees on one side and my mailbox on the other and in trying to get it placed I touched the mail box with the camper not very bad just a few small fine scratches that I feel can be rubbed out with a fine buffing compound and a nick in the graphics which I think can be touched up with a brown magic marker. So this coming weekend I have a date with a chain saw cutting down one of the pine trees to give me some more room to get the camper in the drive. Oh well I am still very Blessed it could have been allot worse. I will have to say moving up from the bumper hitch trailer we use to have to the FR was like going from a Red Roof Inn to a Hilton hotel so much nicer and much more room.


Travel safe and GOD Bless!!!
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Old 09-29-2014, 12:33 AM   #2
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The first injury is the hardest. A RV without any damage is an RV not used enough. Ok, maybe not really but it's the thought that counts.
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