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Where here at the Hershey RV Show!!!


biggrin    Well we made it, man I have been to a few large rallys but this is mind blowing so many RV's inside 100's

of ventors. The weather is beauitful parked 2 min's walking time to the front gate. The seminars are very imformative.

All the new 2013 models are here, trying to keep in mind that our's is paid for and only a 2008 model. If any Dreamer's

are here stop by were by light pole 128. Look for the big truck.

 

John & Karla

2008 Victory Lane Toyhauler

1999 FL60 Freightliner Hauler



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Sorry we missed you John, we were there on Wed. I enjoyed all the new RV's and saw some we thought would be worth trading for, which is scary since we just got ours in June!!! We did buy some items from the vendors, my favorite being the RV GPS from Rand McNally. The New Horizon that Jack Mayer talked about was beautiful and could be for us in a couple years when we figure this fulltiming thing out.
Hope you enjoy the show and to see you on the road when we start fulltiming.

Scott


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Anyone else going?

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We went today, spent the day walking around and looking at the new stuff. Lots of nice rigs, but we love ours better, and it's only a year old anyway! It was crowded today, but the weather was beautiful.

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It's a great feeling to hit one of the RV shows and find that no really the one we have now is as good or better then what's new at least for us.

Mallo


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We just got home (Sun. 09/16/12 8:45pm) parked the rv and unloaded. Good to see a couple of you made it to the Hershey
Rally. We fell for one Montana unit 3700RL lots of storage, lots of extras, nice unit. But we came to our senses, could'nt put
the Harley in that model anyway. We also bought a Rand McNally Tripmaker RVND 7710 you could'nt beat the price, used it
all the way home. Bought a few other odds and ends and visited Hershey Chocolate World. It was our first visit to the area.

John & Karla
Hopefully Fulltiming 01/01/2015
2008 Victory Lane Toyhauler
1999 FL60 Freightliner Hauler

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Hi John and Karla,

Bob and I made it to the Hershey RV Show several days - we got a 3-day pass.  Sorry I just saw this now, or we would have looked you up!

We made our decision at this show.  We are starting out in a 34'5" travel trailer for now (Keystone Sprinter).  We will probably pick it up in

February then head down to Jekyll Island, Georgia.  We also bought the Rand McNally RV Tripmaker 7710. 

Yes, the Hershey show is huge and you just can't see everything - even in 3 days!  There were some pretty interesting vendors.  We live

about 5 minutes from the Giant Center where the show was.  We watched them start bringing the rigs in on Sunday September 2nd, and by

the 9th everything was in place.  It's amazing to see how it fills up.  And by Wednesday after the show, the parking lot is entirely empty. 

Of course, NOW Hershey is gearing up for the East Coast Antique Auto Show in October. 

So sorry we missed saying hello.  Glad you had a safe trip home.

Kathy



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