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Old 12-11-2009, 03:59 PM   #1
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I can not wait for Spring.....

I know some people do not have to worry about "Winterizing" and have fun camping year around. I, on the other hand only get to use our TT about 6 months out of the year. Back in Feb 2008, my wife and I purchased our first and brand new 2007 Jayflight 25RKS. After it sat in our backyard all winter and looking at it for 3 months before we got to use it, I was thinking about others that have to store their RV at a storage or at a place other than their house. Last year I came across a very funny cartoon that fit me perfectly. My wife told me I was driving her nuts because I started a countdown to our first outting with our TT. Here is that cartoon:

I hope you find this as funny as I did.


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Old 12-11-2009, 06:11 PM   #2
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LOL! Yup, I think we will identify with this one only because we can't use it 'til June this season *pout*. This is the first year we haven't been able to travel/camp during the Fall/Winter/Spring. Our tt is parked on the side of the yard, and I never see it.

Gee! Ya know, after seeing the cartoon, I think I will go out and say hi to our poor lonely Jay Flight! *delightfully traipsing outside in the rain*
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