Retired and back

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  1. Storm Trooper

    Storm Trooper Home is where you park it!

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    8CBB2F1F-9D44-4402-940E-06E012875783.jpeg DBC5C9F4-11B1-4CB4-9636-890EE9C46E3E.jpeg 2BF398E0-909E-435C-BFE7-255BF1216F3D.jpeg 3EB025A3-7187-4B23-8257-44A1C9F35E70.jpeg Well, it’s been awhile and a few changes as you can see from my signature line. I am full timing it in my Laredo. For the first time in my life I am not going to see snow or cold in the winter! I’m currently in the Southern California desert and enjoying every day in the 70’s in December. Hope to be back here more often.
     
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    nineoaks2004 Every meal is a picnic and every Day is a holiday

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    Welcome back to the Portal from N/W Fl. Panhandle. be careful of the fires in Cal. looks like most of the state are on fire. Good Luck and Happy Camping
     
  3. Storm Trooper

    Storm Trooper Home is where you park it!

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    Wildfires aren't near to us.They are NW of us. Mostly farms and desert around me. We sold the home in MI and took three months traveling through mid western and western states. Such gorgeous country and great camping too. Amazing the amount of book dockers I've seen along the way. So much different from the East Coast.
     
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    Snow Well-Known Member

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    Welcome back Imperial one ..

    Full timing it huh.. you know Canada, specifically Ontario is nice in July, like our Summer Rally .. hint hint .. lol
     
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    nhcaveman Barrington, NH

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    Welcome back Lou, Nice rig bet it's nice full timing in that gorgeous camper, but I'm thinking it can get tough finding sites for all those slide outs.
     
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    DJS12354 Well-Known Member

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    Greetings from NEPA!
     
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    kitphantom Well-Known Member

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    Welcome back. Glad that you're enjoying the new lifestyle.
     
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    Boatnman Well-Known Member

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    Welcome back and greetings from Colorado!
     
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    bud121156 Western North Carolina

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  10. Storm Trooper

    Storm Trooper Home is where you park it!

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    Hey Snow, I'll keep that in mind for next year. We should be back in MI in late April though July.
    Nhcaveman, the 37 ft is not a challenge out here, but the Northeast is another story. May not head back again as there is too much of the country I haven't seen.
    Dj, kit, boat, bud, Thank you for the fine welcome back.
    I need to talk with Steve about a full timer/retired section. :)
     
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    nhcaveman Barrington, NH

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    I hope when I retire we'll be able to do the same. I've waited patiently and believe in the next few months we'll be moving to a travel trailer. I've been looking at the StarCraft 21FBS but I think I'm going to check out the Keystone Premier 19FB as well, it's really nice.

    Enjoy your travels and you're right there is so much of this country to see. I've some good friends been out going on three years now in a 38' diesel pusher and they post the most beautiful pictures of their travels.
     

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