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Old 11-11-2019, 04:39 PM   #1
Mom of Many Special Kids
Join Date: Nov 2019
Location: CA
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New to WinnieLife - RV'er for the past 7 years

Greetings! I'm Wendy. My husband Tim and I just purchased a 2020 Vista27PE. We've driven Class C Coachman for a few years, then purchased a 2015 32ft Thor ACE bunkhouse and drove it for 5 years, and decided to downsize a bit as now there are only 5-6 of us "camping" on most trips. We have a 3 adult sons (2 are now married), and 3 adopted daughters with a variety of special needs.

We are excited to finally have a coach that is durable and we hope will last us several years. We know it is an "entry level" coach for Winnebago as far as options go, but really wanted to stick to 29ft max as we've already encountered restrictions with having a 32ft RV on so many of our trips. We've visited MANY national parks over the past several years (20,000 miles on our RV in 4 years), and have several more trips planned.

Looking forward to lots of useful info here.
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