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Old 12-31-2020, 11:25 AM   #1
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2021 Yes - 2002 Journey 39QD

Hello from Southern IL. My wife (Laura) and I have been camping for about five years. Started with a '78 LaSalle. Great starter for us, old but she treated us well. A few up grades including LED lights all around. Got Sally to see if we would make time to go. We did. Then came a American Eagle 2001 complete with a refrigerator fire. I like a good project as good as anyone, I thought. After about a year of chasing electrical issues it had to go.
Then came Southern Comfort a 2002 Journey, not the drink. Laura found it and fell in love. She could not have found a better RV for us. Sally went to Laura's brother. Still in the family. SoCo has been great. Got her late in 18. A few short trips and hunting in KY. that fall. 2019 more short trips with one to The Smokies. Coach did fine pulling the toad and hills. Rockies anyone.
All for now. Excited to talk to everyone in the up coming years. Best of wishes and a Happy New Year to all.

Bobby, Laura
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Old 12-31-2020, 04:48 PM   #2
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Sounds like some great adventures! Best of luck to you in SoCo and for camping in 2021!
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