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Old 02-28-2015, 08:12 PM   #1
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Hi From wash state! Brand new to motor homing, and will take delivery in about 2 wks
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Old 02-28-2015, 08:14 PM   #2
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Hello and welcome to the forum from the southwest part of Washington.
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Old 02-28-2015, 08:36 PM   #3
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Hi From wash state! Brand new to motor homing, and will take delivery in about 2 wks
baileysden,
Hi to yourself and, a very welcome to this forum. There's plenty of outstanding people here that are more than willing to help if you've got any questions on just about any phase of RVing. That includes the coach itself, RV parks, operational practices, "what do you do in this situation" type things, and much, much more. One of the most important things you can do to help yourself if you've got any questions on your coach is, list year/make/model/engine etc. when posting any questions.

That information will help others help you. And speaking of that, you will take delivery on WHAT in about 2 weeks?
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:welcome: Hi and welcome to the forum. Lots of great people willing to help with all sort of info on this site. I have learn a lot and have received a lot of help.
It does help to put your make, model and year in your reg. info.
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Welcome to the forum and RV'ing. Looking forward to pictures.
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Hi From wash state! Brand new to motor homing, and will take delivery in about 2 wks
Welcome to this forum and the RV Lifestyle! Its more excitement that a three ring circus, more suspense than an Alfred Hitchcock thriller and more fun than you can ever imagine!

What did you buy?

Enjoy the ride!!!
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Old 03-01-2015, 03:58 PM   #7
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Welcome from the top LH corner (Anacortes). Unfortunately, circumstances have resulted in us becoming retired RVers. It got too expensive. I still read this forum and RV.net to keep in touch with the lifestyle.
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Hi From wash state! Brand new to motor homing, and will take delivery in about 2 wks
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Lovely state! Have spent much time there. Our son lives near Seattle.

With a new RV you need to do a lot of homework. If you can get the information bag before you take delivery that would really help you when asked do you have any questions?

Take your time with the walk-through. You might even ask to spend time looking the coach over before the official per-delivery tour takes place.

Now, about WA camping in the rain (or any high humidity). Keep the ceiling vents cracked open a bit. This will help keep the vent dome and fan components from building up moisture. I didn't do this and I suffered the results. I just finished rebuilding one fan.

I know you didn't ask for this information but I thought it would be a great gift to a newbie. This is a great forum to ask questions.

Happy trails and many of them,
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WELCOME , WELCOME Hope you enjoy the fourm as much as I have. Some very good things to ponder on this great site
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