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Old 12-07-2013
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Default Full Timing Thru Alberta Winter

Hello people. I haven't posted here for at least a year or so, maybe longer. I've always thought this is one of the very best RV owner forums around. Great people and really valuable information and insight. I was always posting about wanting a Wanderlodge with dual pane windows and enclosed heated tanks because I knew I was really going to need those features. You folks were very helpful but unfortunately I could never find a Wanderlodge that had those features and fit my budget. I ended up buying a 1997 Monaco Signature Series last February and started living in it full time last May. I now live about 20 or so miles west of the city of Calgary Alberta on a treed 112 acre parcel of semi-wilderness land. I have 50 amp power hookup but no water or sewer hookup. It is a real adventure for sure but that is what I wanted. It is about -35 C (-31F) here right now. I have been posting a blog on the experience of moving out here since last summer. I thought you folks might be interested. Here is a link to it.
http://www.muniac.com/ubbthreads/ubb...er=207#Post207
It starts off a little wordy but I start posting lots of pictures after the first couple of posts.
Thanks again for all your previous friendly help to my questions. I still would like a Wanderlodge but it just wasn't meant to be at the time.---Ken M. P.S i see I should figure out how to change my old signature line.
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Ken, enjoyed reading all those posts. Good luck in the cold country. Keep us posted.
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Wow Ken I know how cold it is where you are. You're testing survival and good on you. You'll always be welcome but more importantly you will never ever be left adrift if you maintain contact with WOG. We leave no one in a lurch.
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Thanks Rob and Curt. Rob your comments are especially a good example of the welcoming nature of this forum. Curt, I'm glad you found my posts interesting. I do like to write but tend to get too wordy sometimes. I plan to keep posting right through winter for sure. It really is quite an adventure and although we have bitterly cold weather right now I'm enjoying every bit of it. Thanks again.---Ken
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Fun read Ken, thanks
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Ken, I don't think you need to change your signature. You may still find the Bird that you want and then you can change it. Never say Never
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