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Old 12-05-2017, 09:02 PM   #1
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Everyone we see at the sites, so far have been very friendly.

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Old 12-07-2017, 06:13 PM   #2
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Welcome from Colorado: Sure hope you are not in wildfire danger. Hurricanes in Texas and Florida, earthquakes in Mexico, and wildfires in California. It's been a bad year.

I'm a Ford truck fan. That old F-350 dually looks nice. I think you could put the Bambi in the bed of the truck and avoid any questions about the proper hitch.

This is a good community Forum. I've enjoyed the communications about all things Airstream through the years.

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Old 12-07-2017, 06:25 PM   #3
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Welcome!
You are sure to raise a few eyebrows here but I approve.
We tow our 16’ Bambi International with a Ram 2500 and couldn’t be happier...
15,000 plus miles this year and no disasters.
Enjoy your Bambi...
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Welcome from Colorado: Sure hope you are not in wildfire danger. Hurricanes in Texas and Florida, earthquakes in Mexico, and wildfires in California. It's been a bad year.



I'm a Ford truck fan. That old F-350 dually looks nice. I think you could put the Bambi in the bed of the truck and avoid any questions about the proper hitch.



This is a good community Forum. I've enjoyed the communications about all things Airstream through the years.



David


Thanks for the reply. We are safe (for now) in the Foothills east of Sacramento.

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Old 12-07-2017, 06:37 PM   #5
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Welcome!

You are sure to raise a few eyebrows here but I approve.

We tow our 16’ Bambi International with a Ram 2500 and couldn’t be happier...

15,000 plus miles this year and no disasters.

Enjoy your Bambi...

Bruce


Thanks for the reply. We hope to travel more in the next few years.

Thanks again,
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