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Posts: 20 | Location: Laramie, WY | Member Since: 07-13-2010Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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Dave, that is one great looking rig. I love the clean look of the white and blue. Very nice.


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Hello Dave, welcome to Barthmobile. I want to thank you for supplying your tag info... Thumbs Up Great way to introduce yourself is with a few pictures.

Any stories to tell? How long have you had your Barth? I too like the "Kool" colors of Blue and White Wink


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Posts: 7289 | Location: Newburgh, New York | Member Since: 05-10-2003Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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Thanks, Bill and Doug. I've been a Barth owner for the last week Smiler Bought it in the Denver area and love it so far. It's been well taken care of and as far as I can tell, everything on it works as it should. It has the twin beds in the middle of the coach and I'm in the process of installing a backup camera for it. It has all of the manuals for it and I'm sure that I will enjoy it for years to come.
 
Posts: 20 | Location: Laramie, WY | Member Since: 07-13-2010Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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We just seen your coach going down the hill on I-80 west coming from Happy Jack down to Laramie Smiler
(not in our Barth, going east)
little fresh this morning!




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Posts: 1135 | Location: Big South Fork TN | Member Since: 09-29-2009Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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Wow! We were probably coming back from the Bunkhouse Bar & Restaurant...a great place to eat and drink. They allow dry camping for free there, and it's a regular stop for us.
 
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They probably do not have semi truck parking Big Grin
many years ago we camped in the Flaming Gorge and Yellowstone. Always wanted to come back for some more camping, there are great places in WY. Have you ever went to Saratoga Hot Springs?




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Posts: 1135 | Location: Big South Fork TN | Member Since: 09-29-2009Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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Actually, I've seen a couple of semis parked there off and on. The owners, Rod and Holly, are great people, and my favorite when I stop there is bacon wrapped tenderloin. Sorry, vegetarians Big Grin
 
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Hi. Where is the bunkhouse at? We are 1 hr from Cheyenne and 2 hrs to Laramie. I love tenderloins.


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Posts: 527 | Location: LaSalle CO | Member Since: 12-05-2007Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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It's halfway between Laramie and Cheyenne on Happy Jack Road.

Here's a google map link: http://maps.google.com/maps?f=...Wyoming&z=10&iwloc=A

Enjoy your meal, and if you get up to Laramie, PM me.
 
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