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Old 01-25-2015, 09:26 PM   #21
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Thanks Jon! Nice to know there are eastern Eastern Escape happenings. Once we get a little more into things we will look into the 2015 link and see what our possibilities are. I think we might have to wait until 2016 as we won't have our Escape until Sept.
Thanks for the info!
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Old 01-25-2015, 09:31 PM   #22
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Thanks Floating Cloud!
Everyone here has been very welcoming and we feel so lucky to have everyone's experiences. We have been spending a lot of time viewing the It's Friday link with all the build pictures. So very helpful!
See you some more!
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Old 01-25-2015, 09:32 PM   #23
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Hi Charlie and Lucy,

Sorry to inject our Newbie intro. on your thread But welcome to you and we share in your excitement! All the best and happy travels~

Peace,
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No problem Old Climber... We 're all here for the same reason!
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Old 01-27-2015, 12:58 AM   #24
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Hi L & C,

You will love your new Escape. I bought my 19 last June and have never felt more at home in an RV. These humble little trailers have such a warmth and are so cozy, you won't want to go home after your camping adventures.

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Old 01-28-2015, 11:57 PM   #25
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Charley and Lucy,

We have never camped or trailored in our entire life. We purchased after a trip to the factory and have never been disappointed. We have a 19 and couldn't be happier with the quality of our trailer, the ease of using it, and the exceptional customer service from Escape. You are entering a world of satisfaction. Enjoy!
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Old 01-29-2015, 04:57 PM   #26
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We picked up our 19 on Sept. 9th 2014. We made the drive from Virginia and made picking up our new trailer a camping adventure. It was a 60 day epic journey. There is so much to see. Good luck with your Escape. You have made a wise choice.
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Old 03-29-2015, 07:14 PM   #27
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Hi ALL,
Here we are 2+ months into our excursion and finally got to see an Escape 5.0 TA up close and personal. Today we traveled down to see Padlin (Bob Johnson and his wife Debbie) who were very gracious and took the time to show us their beautiful trailer and also answered our many questions. We are very thankful to them. Escape owners are so proud of what they have as they should be.
When we left the Johnsons we headed back to NH and stopped on the way home to see the NH RV show in Manchester. After a walk though the show with all the huge stick-builts, we are so positive we made the right choice, and can hardly wait to have our own. What beautiful trailers the Escapes are, and the best part is the community of owners on this forum. We are eagerly awaiting the Bluebonnet Rally in April, where we hope to meet a bunch of other Escape owners and see more of what Escape camping is all about.
Thank you all!
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Old 03-29-2015, 07:48 PM   #28
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Hi ALL,
Here we are 2+ months into our excursion and finally got to see an Escape 5.0 TA up close and personal. Today we traveled down to see Padlin (Bob Johnson and his wife Debbie) who were very gracious and took the time to show us their beautiful trailer and also answered our many questions. We are very thankful to them. Escape owners are so proud of what they have as they should be.
When we left the Johnsons we headed back to NH and stopped on the way home to see the NH RV show in Manchester. After a walk though the show with all the huge stick-builts, we are so positive we made the right choice, and can hardly wait to have our own. What beautiful trailers the Escapes are, and the best part is the community of owners on this forum. We are eagerly awaiting the Bluebonnet Rally in April, where we hope to meet a bunch of other Escape owners and see more of what Escape camping is all about.
Thank you all!
We were there today as well! We picked up some information on campgrounds in NH,ME and Vermont.
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Old 03-29-2015, 09:32 PM   #29
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Hi ALL,
Here we are 2+ months into our excursion and finally got to see an Escape 5.0 TA up close and personal. Today we traveled down to see Padlin (Bob Johnson and his wife Debbie) who were very gracious and took the time to show us their beautiful trailer and also answered our many questions. We are very thankful to them. Escape owners are so proud of what they have as they should be.
When we left the Johnsons we headed back to NH and stopped on the way home to see the NH RV show in Manchester. After a walk though the show with all the huge stick-builts, we are so positive we made the right choice, and can hardly wait to have our own. What beautiful trailers the Escapes are, and the best part is the community of owners on this forum. We are eagerly awaiting the Bluebonnet Rally in April, where we hope to meet a bunch of other Escape owners and see more of what Escape camping is all about.
Thank you all!
And we are looking forward to meeting you both Charlie and Lucy at Bluebonnet. We'll 'be there with bells on'.
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