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Old 04-20-2019, 01:31 PM   #21
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And since you live in Atlanta, if you buy an LTV, you will be invited to join the Dixie Leisure Travelers. LTV has travel clubs across the US that they subsidize with a small budget for spring and fall rallies. This spring we will be camping at Hamilton State Park, TN and this fall, we will be camping in Hiawassee for their fall festival. It is a nice group of folks and we would welcome you! (By the way, most of the folks in our club have Unitys, but there are models from all types, including some early and rare models.)
Thanks for the plug regarding the LTV Travelers Groups that are 12 across the U.S. The Dixie Leisure Travelers Spring Rally will be in Harrison Bay State Park, TN in May and Fall Rally at Georgia Mountain Fairgrounds in October, so we do enjoy networking with fellow owners and touring new models. Plus Leisure Travel helps reimburse some of our expenses.

https://leisurevans.com/owners/travelers/



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Old 04-20-2019, 02:13 PM   #22
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We have a friendís house and will stay in their driveway.
No rush and can take our time traveling.
Just starting to look at nice campgrounds and places to stop see and stay for the night along the drive up there. (Nashville,Bowling Green, Louisville and Indy)
I have made the same trip to the South Bend area in my LTV several times now. We try to vary the route and there is a lot of nice country to see between Dixie and South Bend! One of our favorite campgrounds was a horse park in Lexington.

US Park Service has just converted Indiana Dune State Park to a National Park and we plan to check it out this summer on our way back to the Upper Peninsula of Mich.
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