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Old 10-25-2021, 09:01 AM   #1
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We recently bought a Coachman Freelander 27qb on a Chevy 4500 chassis. While were new to RV's, it's hard for me to call RVing camping. I was a Boy Scout leader for 19 years, so plenty of tent camping experience. My wife grew up in the country, but 1 tent camping trip years ago and that was it for her (long story, but I'll just say peacocks and there screaming at a Cavern campground drove her crazy........ We've take 5 short trips to nearby campgrounds to learn the RV, and just drove a second car along when needed.

Currently learning about TOADs and all over the place what we will buy, lots to learn.

I retired 3 years ago and my wife has worked teaching online for 15 years, so with good internet she can travel. I stay too busy working on my sons, my mothers, and our house it seems.

I also have somewhat of an unusual hobby I restore antique Garden Tractors. I don't have room for the fully size antique tractors, so these 1950-60 Garden Tractors are the next best thing! So I can see the RV making a few trips to some distant spot to retrieve a rare(to me) rusty hunk of steel. Also attending Tractor Shows in distant states.
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