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Kit Carson

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Posted: 06/21/20 01:01pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Due to health reason my wife and I are selling our beloved Class C. The lady said she would see us Tuesday with cash in hand. For two days now we have been emptying, cleaning and reminicising. My goodness I never realized just how overloaded we were. Anyway, it has been a great 40 years. Great memories and lots of friends have been made. So to everyone on this forum stay safe and happy camping.


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Lwiddis

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Keep those memories close! My end date is coming.

PS-We are all overloaded!

* This post was edited 06/21/20 01:34pm by Lwiddis *


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Posted: 06/21/20 01:25pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Nothing like swapping motorhomes to see how much **** one hauls around with them just in case you may need it somewhere, someday, maybe.

Sorry you have to give it up, but you have done it long enough to have memories for a long time.


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Now you will have time to sort and catalog all the photographs I'm sure you've taken... [emoticon] Best wishes on the health side of things.


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You still have each other....that's what REALLY counts.

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I am thankful for our Class C that we bought after my wife had a stroke. She needed to have a bathroom close by in order to start camping/traveling again. With a lot of hard work, she gets around much better now and she decided she wanted to switch to a TT. We have put over 20,000 miles on in the last 2 years and are planning trips this summer and next. We plan on traveling as long as we both can enjoy it. At some point, we all have to decide. I am glad that you had the experience together and you will have together time in the future.


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Sorry to hear that!

It's even sad to imagine it.

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Posted: 06/21/20 08:34pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

We are contemplating the same question, very little use this year.
good luck with the future.


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Sorry to hear you have to hang up the keys. BUT, there may come a day, things will change. In May of 2008, the doctors told me my husband could never travel again due to health reasons. Traded the Class A motorhome for a fifth-wheel, did get a truck. Lived in FL. In Novemeber of that same year, we made a trip to Branson, MO in the fiver, then another year to TX (again) and several more trips
until his passing in 2015. Never know! Good luck to you and yours.

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