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Old 08-09-2013, 06:43 PM   #1
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Join Date: Jul 2013
Location: FL
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Hello from steamy Florida!

We bought our Passport 2650BH exactly a year ago. After the first trip, which prompted upgrade of all sleeping surfaces with 4 inches of memory foam, replacement of all failed kitchen drawer slides and some more nit picking we became generally happy with our new home on the wheels; in June we took our first long distance trip (mostly enjoyable) and the Passport finally became our seasonal summer retreat in upstate NY. But its almost done. In a week the new school year starts... a few more fishing trips to the lake... a couple more campfires.... Friday morning will come, its imminent! The slide will be retracted, 2 funny Reese mirror extenders will be put on and summer will b e, for practical purpose, over
See you on I-95
You will recognize me immediately.
I doubt there is another such rig on the continent!

'16 Passport 2670 BH
'11 Mercedes ML 350 gas, Reinforced OEM hitch receiver,1000 lb Eaz-Lift with custom welded head, 2 sway control bars, Prodigy P2 - ALL SETUP by Canam RV, Ontario, Canada
TST 507 trailer TPMS

'13 Passport 2650 BH- traded in
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