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  1. #3026
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    Quote Originally Posted by snowsearch View Post
    Just dropped $7K on 1994 Catelina and gave her a pretty unreal paintjob. New to TGR though - anybody know how long it takes to be able to post pics / links?
    You need to post naked pics of your wife or sister to enable further picture posting. Those are the rules.

  2. #3027
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    ^^^Yup

  3. #3028
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    Girlfriends and milfs okay too. Feel free to pm them to me for prior review

  4. #3029
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  5. #3030
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    Quote Originally Posted by snowsearch View Post
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    May your search be fulfilled.

    You are prepared.

  6. #3031
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    Damn that is sick


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  7. #3032
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    Thanks!! We're super pumped about it

    Here's a blog post we wrote up on the project -

    https://futuretravel.today/painting-...v-81a1752137ac

  8. #3033
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    Quote Originally Posted by snowsearch View Post
    Thanks!! We're super pumped about it

    Here's a blog post we wrote up on the project -

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  9. #3034
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    Did the skis come with the RV?

  10. #3035
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    Just got a 1979 20' Glendale from my grandfather. Im not sure how driving this thing in the mountain passes will be... but it's mint and has a furnace!
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    Webisodes, Blogs, Words and Photos all right here-------->www.chasingsnowflakes.com

  11. #3036
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    Quote Originally Posted by snowsearch View Post
    Thanks!! We're super pumped about it

    Here's a blog post we wrote up on the project -

    https://futuretravel.today/painting-...v-81a1752137ac
    Just read your blog posts on Medium and signed up for updates! It's a cool idea that it seems the ski industry is already trending towards - hopefully you guys can prevent the resorts from massively fucking it up (which they probably will).

    A lot of the millennial differences come from the increased exposure to content via social media. Every time someone location tags a sweet photo on Instagram, it gets added to the list of places to go. Lots to talk about there, aka to some degree ruining a lot of the outdoors with tourists. I think finding the right balance is key.

  12. #3037
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lamothe View Post
    Just got a 1979 20' Glendale from my grandfather. Im not sure how driving this thing in the mountain passes will be... but it's mint and has a furnace!
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    Love your kid's stoke about the new rv!

    It looks like the weight is well balanced to handle winter driving. A good set of tires and a little patience, and I think you'll be fine.

  13. #3038
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    Quote Originally Posted by tenB View Post
    Love your kid's stoke about the new rv!

    It looks like the weight is well balanced to handle winter driving. A good set of tires and a little patience, and I think you'll be fine.
    We'll find out ! No big plans for the winter to travel around but more a spring machine anyways. We'll see how shes goes.
    Webisodes, Blogs, Words and Photos all right here-------->www.chasingsnowflakes.com

  14. #3039
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    Here to get some eye candies.
    Love RVs and Vans!!

  15. #3040
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    I have been a van guy since an epic road trip to Canada at age 18.... Here's my current setup on a recent trip to Yellowstone. Custom built everything inside. Pull out seat bed with seatbelts, led lights, solar panel, working sink and solar shower for the warmer months. Bought it for $500 4 years ago. About $2000 worth of shade tree mechanical work and another $500 on the interior. It's my mobile base camp in the mountains.

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  16. #3041
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    Got a 1997 Ford van and we are prepping for a 2017/2018 skibatical.
    Rob "Stayalert" M
    Vermont

  17. #3042
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    Way early planning, but could we stay a few nights at Cameron Pass with our 17' TT next May?

  18. #3043
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    Quote Originally Posted by yardsale2 View Post
    Way early planning, but could we stay a few nights at Cameron Pass with our 17' TT next May?
    Cameron Pass CO? If so you should no issues parking up there for a few nights.

  19. #3044
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    Yes, Colorado, and Thanks.

    Winter's coming...,
    YS

  20. #3045
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    Not ski RV.
    But this coupleís been on the road 9 months with their two young kids.
    Petty awesome accounts to follow.

    @highwaymommy
    @highwatdaddy

    on Instagram.

  21. #3046
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    Ski RV's, who's sleeping in parking lots?

    A good deal in a '91 28' class C; only $4k, in good shape. I have a similar model in a 21'; love it.

    https://www.facebook.com/marketplace...03547416851502

  22. #3047
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    We'll be running our Chinook xcountry from VA to CO and making our way up to BC. Make good use of MaxxPass on yhis 5 Week trip. Will hit Mt. Bohemia on return.Will post about sleeping regs.

  23. #3048
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    Class C ski rv

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    Here is the RV we use summer and winter. Itís a 2000 24 foot Triple E Classs C made in Winkler, Manitoba where they know cold. Super Duty 450 chassis with V10, air springs and positrac. Standard features include dual pane windows, all tanks and lines are inside the living area, fully insulated and enclosed holding tanks, 2 inch vacubond construction, rear axuiliary heater for passenger and tank compartments, 33,000 btu furnace and 60 lb. propane tank.
    We added insulation to the bunk floor and storage compartment and upgraded the charging system with an Intellipower smart charger to charge the two golf cart batteries with a small Honda eu 1000 generator. Also made I inch styrofoam and Reflectex panels for the windows and a removable quilted curtain to separate the driverís compartment. Our coldest day so far was -25c in Lake Louise with no problems.

  24. #3049
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  25. #3050
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheFugitive View Post
    Seems too good to be true. Should be double that in price. Proceed with caution and keep in mind it could be a scam.

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