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Old 10-22-2019, 03:24 PM   #1
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Hi y'all. We have been out of the RV community for about 10 years and with our recent retirement decided to jump back in with an coach we just fell in love with, the Itasca Sunstar LX 35F. My wife didn't even know a bath and a half was an option. This floorplan was a game changer for us. Can't wait to get back out on the road and enjoy the RV lifestyle again!
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Welcome back, Coffee! Enjoy the road and retirement...you've earned it!

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Old 10-22-2019, 05:47 PM   #3
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Hey Coffee, where in the Hill Country are you? We're in Spring Branch, 15 miles south of Blanco.

Also, what year is your Sunstar? It's a good idea to add the year and model to your Signature here. That way any question you have about your rig will be obvious about what MH you're talking about.

Cheers.

UPDATE: I just looked and see you're in Spring Branch, too. Small world. Were in River Crossing.
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Wow, small world indeed, we are on Rolling Creek, literally across the street from you. It is a 2016.
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Enjoy the rig, and open road!
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