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Old 06-22-2011, 08:23 AM   #1
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Hello everyone. I'm new to this forum but have been on the class c forum for a few months trying to get as much information as possible.
We are new to the rv world and are excited about this new life style.
I'm retired military and my wife Judy is an educator soon to retire. At that point we hope to get on the road as much as possible.
We have a new Melbourne 29D and have been working for the past couple weeks to get it ready for our first long trip. Leaving NC and headed to upper Wisconsin via Ohio to visit an old Nam buddy. Looks like a 2,600 mile trip.
Take care and hope to meet you on the road.

Tom & Judy Copeland
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Old 06-22-2011, 09:25 AM   #2
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Hello everyone. I'm new to this forum but have been on the class c forum for a few months trying to get as much information as possible.
We are new to the rv world and are excited about this new life style.
I'm retired military and my wife Judy is an educator soon to retire. At that point we hope to get on the road as much as possible.
We have a new Melbourne 29D and have been working for the past couple weeks to get it ready for our first long trip. Leaving NC and headed to upper Wisconsin via Ohio to visit an old Nam buddy. Looks like a 2,600 mile trip.
Take care and hope to meet you on the road.

Tom & Judy Copeland
Good luck on your trip. Keep us posted on how the trip went and how you get along with your Jayco Melbourne 29d. We have a 2012 coming sometime in July, so will be interested to know you two get along with your 29d on your trip.
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Hey Tom, with 72 posts you are an old timer here! Retired military, be sure and report in the campfire chat past/present military thread.

https://www.jaycoowners.com/showthread.php?t=1903
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Maybe I've been on to much. Don't know much about rv/mh camping. Been tent camping most of my life. Been asking a lot of questions. The threads have been helpful.
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Maybe I've been on to much. Don't know much about rv/mh camping. Been tent camping most of my life. Been asking a lot of questions. The threads have been helpful.
You can never be on too much! Ask and post away!
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