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  1. Barb in Toronto
    Hi Norm and Ginny, I am sorry if I am being a bother, I am not very good at internet or forums and seem to have "lost "you and am trying to find any way to connect with you. I am not a stalker or anything like that. I was interested in the NL trip and since I have been in Tucson in Jan I have not had any contact. i went on the forum and found the old posts and they end in Jan. Is there a place I can update myself? Thank-you! Barb
  2. BatDude
    12-06-2015 04:47 PM
    Oppps typo Dec 29th
  3. BatDude
    12-06-2015 04:46 PM
    Hi Norm,

    Still on track for arrival there on Dec. 2th and departing morning of Jan 3rd if that still is OK.
  4. robertg
    10-08-2015 09:52 AM
    I have been following your posts for the last couple of years and we seem to have a
    lot in common. My wife and I were camping and hiking along the Kancamagus Hwy.
    last week; your neck of the woods ? I recently retired and my wife works 2 days/wk.. Perhaps our paths will cross someday. We live near Ottawa, Ontario and visit New Hampshire 2-4 times /year.
    Robert and Lynda Godin
  5. gordon2
    08-18-2015 04:47 PM
    re: Towing mirrors.. Well I stumbled on a used set of McKesh mirrors (with convex add-on) for $85 used! So I got them and now I am ready for anything ; ) And just today I got my pick up date of Sept 25.. A Scamping I will (finally) go!
  6. Homer the Iliad
    Hey there Norm;
    Wanted to update you on our 2015 Odyssey trip. We drove and camped over 11,000 miles coast to coast. The trip averaged 24.8 mpg pulling our 2500 lb. Aliner. Best non towing mileage was 39! Of course our fuel bill was the most costly item of the trip but I couldn't have been happier about the mpg. The Honda did fine through ice, rain and snow. We bought tire chains at one point but never had to use them. All in all a comfortable auto to drive. A few nerve wracking days spent escaping ice storms, blizzards and 80 plus mph winds in N. Oregon, I drove way longer than planned, sometimes 14 hrs. Still was pleasantly surprised at how decent I felt after such a long period behind the wheel. Of course we take breaks for the dogs every 3-4 hours...We are now looking at fiberglass trailers. Wish there was a 19' without the fifth wheel, as we don't want to drive a big truck just to pull a camper. May have to settle for a 15-16 footer Casita or Parkliner.
    Happy Trails.
  7. CharleyWhiskey
    Hi Folks, I begin fulltiming this spring in a new Scamp 16. The frequent comments you've posted on the FGRV Forum have been very useful to me. Many thanks for sharing your experience . I just joined the Escapees club after reading your comment on the forum. Mail forwarding will be important. Since you don't spend the entire year "out there" I imagine you have not established a domicile. Can you comment on any of the other many services provided by SKP? Have you stayed at any of their affiliated RV Parks? Thanks again and happy travels,
    Bill Sellen
  8. Borden
    03-09-2015 11:30 AM
    This summer when making a trip of 2 hours or more will fill up tank in car to top, station across road from where it is currently parked then drive and fill up check L used and give you the data so you can add it want it to be accurate so it is worth while.
    Good to have this data for others to make selection of TV and RV
  9. MRClaus
    02-24-2015 09:44 AM
    hi norm and ginny
    great day just cool i like the pet thing
    are you going to townsend in april ?
  10. Lizzielicsw
    Hello. I have been looking at the Casita and fiberglassrv forum as my husband and I are thinking of buying a travel trailer and doing some traveling. I noticed that you have quite a few posts, live near us (we are in Rollinsford, NH) and that you own a Scamp. We were fortunate enough to be bale to see a couple of 17' Casita campers in the Seacoast area. I wondered if you would be willing to let us see your Scamp. We're trying to decide which brand camper to buy and also, what vehicle we will need to pull a camper. I drive a Toyota Highlander that has a tow package, but I'm not sure if it will be able to pull a 2500 lb. camper. In any case, just saw your name and noticed that you're fellow seniors, and wondered if you would be willing to let us pick your brains and maybe see your camper.

    Please let me know. And thanks!

    Liz Marcotte

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    Norm and Ginny
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    Scamp 16
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    Layout 4
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    RV Travel
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    Norm and Ginny

    2014 Honda Odyssey
    1991 Scamp 16


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