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  1. While I have an Escape, it is always fun and nice to see an Oliver. Hopefully there will be some at the FGRV rally in Oreon at Bullard's Beach near Bandon, Oregon July 12-15, 2012. http://www.fiberglassrv.com/forums/f57/ ... 48837.html
  2. Obviously I didn't. I just saw it on the fgrv website and signed up, since it looks like fun!
  3. Wolf (my dog) and I will be in B 31 (assuming I can back the thing up ), along with my son and his 3 daughters. I had a practice session in a nearby shopping center parking lot, and managed not to damage anything! I got an Escape 17 and with airbags and an equalizer hitch from it to my Toyota Sienna, so going forward is becoming easier. I would be delighted to check out the Olivers. Jim and his wife brought one to Sacramento where I saw them in the "flesh". They have a lot of nice features and are well constructed. However, the Escape was a better fit for me, and I am very happy with it. Now, I'm trying to make sure I don't forget anything, as I will be there a couple of days earlier. This, (other than the trip down from Canada, where the Escape is made) will be my first lengthy venture out. The Siskiyou pass decent is the major towing hurdle, the balance should be smooth sailing. Again, I'm looking forward to this event and meeting you all. Sandra
  4. Super! I've never been there before, but judging from all the comments, it should be lots of fun.
  5. Hi all, Though I did not get an Oliver, I do hope to see some at the fgrv gathering at Bullards Beach Oregon. Is that possible?
  6. Congratulations and Best Wishes for a long and happy life together!
  7. Just getting back to this site after a long absence...I'm sorry to learn that the Oliver production is slowing down... I think very highly of them. I ended up with an Escape, because of weight concerns. They are a quasi-custom production product as well. However, they are really busy despite the economy, perhaps because they are priced and made differently. Nonetheless I think those that have such a quality fiberglass unit as the Olivers and the Escapes will be better off than with most "stickies". Happy Holidays to you all.
  8. As an air card will be in the future, I am following your posts. Thanks for taking the time to share your information.
  9. If one has an aircard from Verizon, is it easy to check the usage to avoid monstrous charges? It certainly appears there is some "price fixing".
  10. Hi CarolAnn, Have you ventured out in your Oliver? If so, how was it?
  11. Thanks for the link. Dri-Dek has a minimum order of 12 12" X 12" tiles. Then one either has to find a use for the other eight or sell or give them away. I suppose one could form a co-op and do a joint purchase, but the Duragrid website has no such requirement.
  12. Thanks Earthdancer, When I start going on the road, I will. I have ATT and get blank spots on my Oregon trips even now. Fortunately there are fewer. I just wish they'd get below $60.00/month. They are all priced the same, which is fishy.
  13. I wonder if they'd merged with Verizon at that point. In any event, I looked it up for future service and found I couldn't sign up because of that. A belated Welcome to California! I hope you enjoyed your stay.
  14. Based on your comments, I looked it up in California. Alltel is currently unavailable. However, it appears that they are merging with Verizon. Hopefully it will remain as you have indicated. Peace and Sunshine
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