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fullmoonoversalem

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What do you plan to go with your Class B this summer?


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Good morning from sunny central Florida.
We are snowbirds here in Florida.
This summer we will get a late start on our adventures.
I am planning on having knee replacement surgery early May.
After that is all done, surgery, PT.
We want to go to Michigan to visit some snowbird friends we know here in Florida.
Then just wander around.
Thanks for asking such a neat question.
This will be a fun thread to follow.
Bill


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2013 Heartland Landmark Mesa, 40', fifth wheel, we keep at our snowbird home in central FL, Bushnell, FL.
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Taking our 45’ DP (does that make us a A+?) West (CO, WY, MT) this summer staying mainly in public CGs. Don’t do reservations as not sure when we’ll go. Hopefully there won’t be fires as that changes where we go.


This post is my opinion (free advice). It is not intended to influence anyone's judgment nor do I advocate anyone do what I propose.
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Colorado in June! Million dollar hwy, Gunnison and the Rocky Mountain National Park. 1700 miles to get there from NC in my van pulling a trailer with at least one of our motorcycles in it. We stay 15 days (or more) might do BLM lands and stay longer. Taking int 40 west out and int 70 east back home. Have parks and boat launch ramps picked out for overnights then two different KOA's while there. Figure 4 days driving out and the same days home. Stopping along the way to look at whatever. Never been past Nashville other than in a plane.

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Will be in Myrtle Beach last week in March, week before that Racing at Galot drag strip in NC. Beyond that, who knows where the wind blows.

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We planned to meet our son in Canada and travel a bit with him. Just had $5k repairs and service done on our van. I think we will be vacationing closer to home. Every day in AK seems like a vacation though, so except for the service bill we will not be too disappointed. Hopefully when all the repairs are done, our son will come here to visit and we can go to Prudhoe Bay.

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We're off to Isle de la Madeleine (north of Prince Edward Island, Canada) in June for a week or so using the CTMA ferry for the last leg, then in August we're headed to Isle Royale National Park - though we have to go the last 50 or so miles via passenger ferry leaving our transportation in Copper Harbor, MI.

We have recently acquired a Casita trailer to tow behind our faithful Class B Pleasureway. For years, we towed an enclosed trailer with a motorcycle inside. But, as the years keep marching on, it was time to stop riding - so I've sold all the motorcycles and my DW is happy to now have a "little more room" in the Casita than was ever available in the B. She's particularly happy to be able to make the bed before we leave home and have it stay made for the entire trip. HWHL.

Cheers.

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