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Tell Us Where You're At As you travel around the country, why not take the time to tell our members where you have settled for the night, week, or month. There may be another member close by, that would like to meet you, so put that information right here.

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Old 08-08-2013
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Hello!
I thought I would share these few pics of our maiden voyage or else it wouldn't of happened This was last week. Had a great time and sure learned a lot about our fine new machine. The dash lights are a hoot. The generator has a custom? exhaust that tees and goes through the roof. as well as goat rails!!! The 8.3 rips !!! My wife is in my ear about her hair dryer being able to work right now!!!!! When we first got together we had a cab over camper........ she thought that since it had 110 plug ins that everything would work while we were dry camping even though we had no generator,inverter or... well we had to go all the way to town so she could do her hair and oh yes I was laughing and she was not!!!!!
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Haahahaha!! cool stuff,but whos the skinny kid next to the tree??
Mikes BMC was custom built for the same guy that built the M380 that Robert Britton owns.
All of his coachs were blue in color.

Mike,your coach was named "Big Enuf" back in the day.
Great pics!
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Thanks for post the pictures, are you back home?
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Neat pictures and new Bird Mike. BMC with goat rails - neat - A real Wanderlodge (eat your heart out LEE DAVIS). Looking forward to your trip to the Southern 48.
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Made it back home yesterday! Great to know more of this stuff and I laugh a lot here
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Neat pictures and new Bird Mike. BMC with goat rails - neat - A real Wanderlodge (eat your heart out LEE DAVIS). Looking forward to your trip to the Southern 48.
Gee, since my 97 BMC has goat rails also does that mean it is a real Wanderlodge?
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Sure Brad!! Just a joke with LEE.
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Why would anyone want to morph a really fine BMC with a Wanderlodge by adding goat rails. Another bad Blue Bird decision. Extra weight and since we have no ladder to fall off of, what's the point?
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