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garyhaupt

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Jumping off day...we are on the road for three months, as of this Friday morning. First to Vancouver, then cross into the US on the 7th...health insurance kicks in that date. Due back in Canada 7th of April.Plan is to drive to Seattle for a couple days, weather dependent, and then over to 101 and stay on that till the 1 in California...and along on to San Fransisco and onwards to San Diego. We'll see. Last year we swung east before we could get to San Diego..went off to Anza Borreggo and then the desert. Slabs, Death Valley and all about. We almost x2 our away time, from last years 7 weeks, and am hoping to spend some time in the Mojave too.

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Enjoy the trip, maybe I'll see you out in Anza Borrego.

Is the picture rotated and the RV is really on a hill? Or does the front end normally ride that high?


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Woohoo! Finally, eh? The timing makes lots of sense too - lol on the 7th. 3 months will roll by like the miles.

Couple fans here who'll want lots of details and pics in that blog. Don't forget to update while you're parked with the door open ;-)


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opnspaces wrote:

Enjoy the trip, maybe I'll see you out in Anza Borrego.

Is the picture rotated and the RV is really on a hill? Or does the front end normally ride that high?


On a slope on Highway 20 in the Washington North Cascades and the front does ride up a bit, too.


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STOP GARY!!! You're definetly overloaded. You MUST get that thing weighed on all four corners, air up all the tires. Move heavy objects around inside. Empty all the beer cans, etc. You'll never make it. Rebalance all the holding tanks. Wait...we need to get something about a generator in this narative....

Enjoy your trip, we'll all be envious of your adventure.

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Enjoy but be very careful if you stop in any of the cities, especially Seattle.


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"Empty all the beer cans, etc."

That should do it IMO.


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P.S your going the wrong way. lol

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Have a great safe trip, and try to think of us poor working folk while you're away.....[emoticon]


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Nice going Gary!
I enjoyed reading the posts about your last trip.
Have a great time!


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