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Old 05-06-2012, 06:35 PM   #1
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sunny is all setup on her seasonal site!

...and my son wyatt endured his first camping trip (upper thirties last night) first boat ride, the whole 9! he loved it, and im lovin sunny, especially coming from my 69 15 foot holiday rambler i had for the past 3 years!!


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ignore the time stamp, its a little off
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Old 05-06-2012, 08:32 PM   #3
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Those fenderskirts look awesome! Makes it look like a brand new trailer!
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Old 05-07-2012, 07:24 AM   #4
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thats what my neighbor said, he couldnt believe it was a 79. but i agree the skirts and wheels really woke her up nicely, freshly painted steel and a coat of wax helps too. lol
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I'd be careful leaving Wyatt out around those wolves!!!!

Nice looking rig, pretty pups, and Wyatt look's ready to go in his camo!!!

We had a seasonal at the MD beaches for many years, there's something to be said for not having to pull it all the time!!

Enjoy it!!!

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Old 05-07-2012, 10:00 AM   #6
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i used to just store my camper at a facility 4 miles from where i camped in ticonderoga, and drag it back and forth, but with two dogs, and my wife tending to our son, setting up and tearing down all the time (2 weekends a month and our longer july trip) camping was looking pretty bleak and stressful, we were faced with sell off and get out of it for a while, or upgrade to a functioning trailer and grab a seasonal site a mile down the road from where we used to camp, where my parents and friends still are... so the answer was pretty clear as neither of us were willing to ditch camping, its our only saving grace/way to maintain sanity may-october...we live on the outskirts of the city of schenectady, on the rotterdam side....and i dont want wyatt taking to this lifestyle that most live around here, so we felt we needed to show him the flip side of life, and as long as all goes well, we plan to sell this house in 2015 and move to a more country setting with a better school district before he is 5 and ready for kindergarten. we bought this house because we got a great deal and it has a big lot, ( tough to tell your within city limits ) and we were not expecting a child in the next 5-7 years, low and behold less than 2 months after moving in she tells me shes pregnant! lol. the wolves are wyatts security system!
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the wolves are wyatts security system!
HA! HA! I bet they are.

When I came into my kids lives (they were 2 & 3) my wife had an ancient yorkie....till the day he died (at we estimate 21), Jack never did accept me around them!! We have an male English Bulldog and a female Boxer and they are both very protective of the family.

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we plan to sell this house in 2015 and move to a more country setting with a better school district before he is 5 and ready for kindergarten.
Isn't amazing how the school district becomes the deciding factor once the kids come on the scene. We are in the process of moving into my late mother-in-laws house, that we bought from the estate, mainly because it's a better middle school/high school district than where we live now.

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i was never concerned living here, it was fine for the wife and i, but now that i have a child i almost cant stand living here, its weird how much our senses/opinions change where there is a little one around. just hoping for a quick and easy sale when i do try to sell, i would hate to end up with two mortgages for sometime.... the district we live in now ranks 84 of 85 in the area, so that is out of the question! lol....private school is an option but it doesnt fix the fact that we will still be in the same neighborhood.
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