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Author: GooseGranny Old School Fool Add to my Favorite Fools Ignore this person (you won't see their posts anymore) Number: of 2385  
Subject: Re: RV show Date: 10/5/2005 12:56 PM
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My husband and I went to our first show in Hershey,PA the week of 9/14 to 9/18. We were just looking to see what was out there when we were ready to trade in our '98 Class C.

We had a great time. We were totally overwhelmed by the numbers and layouts. We even attended a seminar on how to buy your next RV. It was very informative. On Sunday morning my husband asked if I was ready to go home and I said, 'Lets just walk around the show again for a couple of hours'.

We left that afternoon having purchased a brand new 2006 Georgetown by Forest River. Its 37' - our class C is only 27'. My husband is confident he will have no problems driving it. (I'm not as confident).

So yes, shows are a dangerous place. It's like being a little kid in a candy store.

Sign me No Regrets Yet...
Pat in WNY
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