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Post Info TOPIC: Hello from Larry and Jacki (blijil)

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Hello from Larry and Jacki (blijil)

We have been reading RV-Dreams for a year while eagerly awaiting retirement.  I finally came in May and we spent half of the summer in Scotland and half in the mountains of southern NM after the drought ban was lifted.  We have had our truck and Cedar Creek 5th wheel for over two years now and we can't wait to get to the full time stage.  But our youngest daughter insists on completed her last two years of high school before we sell the house.

Full timing seems to be a perfect solution for the parents of 7 children spread across the country from Arkansas across Texas in Colorado and in New Mexico. Add that to our siblings from Washington State to Austin Texas and we could spend all year just making the rounds.

Travel and camping are limited to summers and school holidays right now but we enjoy what we have and look forward to the future.  This forum should be interesting if the readers have any similarity to the writer we enjoy so much.

See you all on the internet for a while at least.



Larry and Jacki-belle Linley with Taiga our minature dachsund - 2011 34 ft Montana towed by a 2014 Silverado Durmax Allison 4x4.

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