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mowermech

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Maanpa wrote:

Don't believe everything you read.


These days, I think that should be "anything" instead of "everything"!


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From a pure "travel" standpoint motor homes are

1. expensive
2. bulky and hard to park/maneuver.
3. used by (relatively) VERY few people
4. did I mention expensive?


5. Perfect for most of us, however we're about 0.01% of the population even if you count all motorized coaches, not just the A's.

Not surprised they didn't make the list.


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Why would one READ USA today??

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Mike Hohnstein wrote:

Why would one READ USA today??


X2!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


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gbopp wrote:

Clicky
Thanks for posting the clickey! With my I-Mac computer, I can't pick up most PC pics etc. due to preference settings.

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You mean someone actually read "mick news" let alone pays attention to them?


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I consider the TT my "wheeled luggage."


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With gas approaching $5 / gallon, the current generation of MH's work better staying put.


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Captain_Happy wrote:

And this is going to affect my life, HOW? Who cares.


Please eat a Snickers Bar Captain Happy. You're sounding like a Diva.

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Actually the article might be better titled "10 Best Business Travel Inventions" Many of what is in that list does make my life easier when traveling for work. Leisure travel can also be affected by these items, though I now take many for granted.
cjoseph wrote:

I consider the TT my "wheeled luggage."

Yup! My leisure travel kit is 36 feet long and wheeled.

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