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Old 10-06-2010, 06:10 AM   #1
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Been stayng in Shipshewanna, Indiana since Monday and decided to drive over to Elkhart to the RV/Motorhome museum. Spent a couple of hours there looking at all the different trailer/motorhome exhibits. Neat stuff. Oldest trailer goes back to 1913. Amazing to see how far we have come in 100 years. If you are in the Elkhart area I highly recommend visiting the museum. They did a great job laying out the exhibits.
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Old 11-08-2010, 10:10 PM   #2
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I agree, last month my wife and I took a 3800 mile trip from our home in Oklahoma through MO, IL, IN, MI, WI, MN, IA. We visited the RV Museum and really enjoyed it. We have been RVing for about 35 years and have had atabout one of every type of RV. At the RV Museum we saw examples of about every type camper we have owned plus many more. It was great. I suggest that if you are in that area that you visit Auburn, IN and the ACD (Auburn, Cord, Duesenburg) Museum. It is wonderful. The Henry Ford Museum and Greenfield Village are not too far away and are truly worth the trip.



We traveled in our truck camper (slide-in). When we arrived home we unloaded the slide-in, took delivery of our new Cruiser 5th wheel and are heading South to the Rio Grande Valley for the next two or three months. Recently retired and loving it!



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Congratulations on the new unit and welcome to the Forum.
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Thanks for the welcome. I used to work in New Orleans, lot of good folks in LA. hanks again!
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Thanks for the welcome. We will Be in your neighborhood for a while. Our son lives in The Woodlands and we usually stay at Lake Conroe. Thanks again.
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