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Post Info TOPIC: Passport America Caravans


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Passport America Caravans


Anyone have any comments about caravan tours with PA?

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was not aware they were hosting caravan trips. I went to the website and no listings or ads for them, is this something new or did I overlook them?

Thanks,

Phil

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Oops you’re right Phil. It is Great American Caravans that we’re seeking input on. We just heard about them from the PA newsletter

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I’ve only seen one RV caravan in the last three years but it was a duosey. Fifteen Class A diesel pushers. Matched colors but two or three different brands. More like a club. Isn’t pipular nowadays.



-- Edited by LarryW21 on Monday 2nd of July 2018 07:04:31 AM

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