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Old 12-09-2010, 01:24 PM   #15
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Hi Brad,

Again many thanks for all of your efforts in starting us newbies off on the right wheel before we left Arizona. Could not have done it without your help. Agree its definitely the journey and not the destination. After 3 weeks on the road and visiting friends and family along the way, we are back home. 4100+ miles and each day was a learning experience. Only major problem we encountered at the end was the electric hitch jack froze on the last day (28F). Had to manually crank it. Hopefully when its warmer it will work again. The Wild Thing has been put away in a warehouse for a long winter's nap. And now for planning for next Spring!
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So, how has your trip been so far? Any pics?
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Sooo glad to hear you made it home safely and your rigs performed flawlessly, except for the tongue jack. It should thaw out and work properly in the spring. Glad to have helped steer you along and get you both on the road. May you have many more travels. Stream safe.

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