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Old 08-31-2015, 02:02 PM   #1
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So yesterday heading home from the grocery store I see a truck pulling a trailer. I always look at this style of trailer closely because it is the same as the first travel trailer we owned, thinking that one day I may see the one we owned.



So I drop off the stuff I bought and head back out to see if it is still downtown. Our trailer had some little dimples on the driver side so that is what I always look for. I find it parked on the main street. I stop on the other side and my first sight is confirmed. This is in fact the first trailer we owned. We sold the trailer in 2004. Had a little chat with the current owners and bid farewell to the trailer once more.
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Seeing the same make/model you once owned is cool.


Accidently encountering the actual unit, priceless!
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Seeing the same make/model you once owned is cool.


Accidently encountering the actual unit, priceless!
For everything else there is master card...LOL
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It is good to know that it is being used and loved. I always get sad when I see a TT somewhere with grass grown up all around it and obvious signs that it is no longer being used.
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