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Old 09-25-2011, 05:30 PM   #1
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Hello all - just want to say Hi to all you Jayco owners out there. Gayle & I (Bill) are previous TT rv'ers, and have recently purchased our first 5er. We are the second owners of a 2004 Designer 29RLTS, and will be towing with a 2003 F-350 SRW V-10 crew cab. We enjoy antique cars and quilting, as well as camping. We look forward to messaging with one and all, and especially anyone owning the same or similar model trailer. Have a great day.
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Welcome to the forum tinlizzie!
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Welcome to the forum and congrats on your 2004 Designer 29RLTS.
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Welcome tinlizzie.....I have distant relatives in the Shenandoah Valley. I think you will like JOF and all of us as well.
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Welcome, My wife is from Palmyra and we go back there as often as possible, at least once a year to visit. Beautiful country!
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Welcome to the forum........ You will find hours of reading and great help from the members...... Enjoy your new to you Jayco....Happy Camping
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Welcome to the forum........ You will find hours of reading and great help from the members...... Enjoy your new to you Jayco....Happy Camping
and many more hours of mindless drivel, much of it very entertaining.
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Thanks, everybody, for the warm welcome. Y'all make us feel like family already. Looking forward to all the interesting comments, and even the "mindless drivel", as norty1 puts it. We all need to be entertained every once in a while, don't you think ?
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