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Old 11-16-2007, 12:25 PM   #1
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I was just sitting here in Orlando Resort, Fl and the thought came to me that there may be many more Egg owners that are members of Thousand Trails. I used to own a Bounder Motor home and they had a club in TTN called BUTTN,s which stood for Bounders United Thousand Trails Members and they got togeather at the TTN resorts for get togeathers from time to time. If you belong to TTN get in touch with me and maybe we can start similar group for Fiberglass owners.
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Old 11-16-2007, 01:14 PM   #2
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Good question. That would be very interesting.

I got a question. Is Thousand Trails a Full Timers organization, Part time or both? I guess Iím wondering if you might get more answers if this question was in General Chat?
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Thousand Trails is a campground membership that owns several resort type campgrounds. We are full timers but you don't have to be one to join. It is the best way for us to full time on just SS retirement benefits the camping is free after you pay an annual maint. fee. We also have membership in Western Horizon.
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Thanks for the feed back. Do they have lots of locations?
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Thanks for the feed back. Do they have lots of locations?
Mike i think there are about 50 or 60 campgrounds you can use for free with just your TT membership but you can also use some they don't own called RPI with hundreds more locations for $8 to $10 per night. Look up Thousand Trails on the web and you can find out much more. Neil
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