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Old 12-02-2005, 05:02 PM   #1
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Hello,

I am a new member my name is Bob an my wife is Wendy.We have not owned a trailer before so this will be a new experience for both of us.I will be picking up a 30SO. this coming week.I opted for the Hensley Arrow tow system recommended by another Airstreamer.We live in Nantucket Ma.an hope to head south for three weeks this winter.
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Old 12-02-2005, 05:14 PM   #2
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Welcome!!

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Are you going to store the trailer on the island? Must be a trip to move such a large rig on and off the ferry.
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3 weeksw is not enough!!

Been there, done that. That makes a quick trip. Before I retired we had to do that, but that will give you about a week of fun in the sunh. Of course, if you are still working, and that's all you can do, it sure is better than staying home in the cold. My best trip was six weeks and that included time spent in Fla. and Georgia and several different sites. We love St. Augustine in the Winter.
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Welcome from the Great State of Kentucky !!! Im really " just a Hillbilly"
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