Louise Holland
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Well she is back in the Driveway now time to spruce up the inside a bit and get ready to enjoy the summer
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Motor Home survived the winter fine with no damage inside or out and fixing the over head bunk window I am sure kept water damage from occuring on the inside.  Looking forward to enjoying it this…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by John "T" Nordhoff May 16, 2011.

Almost time to bring the Motor Home back to the house

Yesterday we drove to the storage lot and talked to the owner and checked out our Motor Home.  I am happy to say not one bit of damage inside or out after sitting out all winter and it even started…Continue

Started Apr 17, 2011

Spring is just around the corner

Counting the days until we can get the Motor Home back in the drive and plan some great get aways this summer in it.  We did not really use it that much last year since we purchased it in July.  I…Continue

Started Feb 16, 2011

Which paint is best to use when re doing the outside of our motor home
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 We are almost finished taking  off the stripes, decals etc from the 87 travelaire and will be painting some kind of design on it in the spring after we paint the cab etc.  Can some one suggest the…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Louise Holland May 17, 2011.


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Elora Ontario Canada
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I will be retiriing soon and looking forward to an easier more relaxed life and hope this unit will afford me that

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Took our second little trip in my favourite new home on wheels

We decided to go up what they call the Canadian West Coast which compasses the Canadian Side of Lake Huron. The weather was good the whole four days we were gone, which would have been longer had I not been sort of forced to come home hahahahah. We went and saw the Heritage Light House near Kincardine, then went down and watched the sun set in Goderich and the big tankers being loaded with Salt at the refinery which was very interesting.

Spent the night in the Walmart…


Posted on August 4, 2010 at 6:30pm

Back from our First Little 2 day trip to try out the Motor Home

First of all we had a great time and did not want to leave but had some business to look after today that could not wait or we would still be at the Georgian Bay! When we got home I actually sat in the MH for over an hour in the driveway making little to do lists before we head out again!

On our travels we saw a lot of older ones on the road so there are a lot of them out there thats for sure!

While setting up tho we had a mishap and the awning pull down strap…


Posted on July 19, 2010 at 5:46am — 2 Comments

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At 1:09pm on August 6, 2010, Sharon Jo said…
well I tried to copy pix of the motorhome, but they won't paste on this site,
I'll try again but so far I am enjoying all 27 feet of the motorhome, there is SO MUCH room!!
I keep putting more stuff in it and there is STILL room. love the old wood paneling and lack of a tv makes you wanna curl up with a good book and just relax...
At 1:33pm on July 8, 2010, James T. Kennedy said…
Welcome to the road. Getting your rig home to start giving it that personal touch is half the fun. You are going to meet some of the most interesting people in your travels. My wife, Sandy, and my self have only been at it for a few years and it has changed our lives in the most pleasent and surprising ways. Hope to see you on the road. Jim, Sandy, & Molly(rv pup)




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