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    USA - NC

    Re: From "wannabe" to "Going-to-be" Bighorn Owner

    We picked up our Bighorn 3670RL today, it's soooo freakin' huge compared to the travel trailer we traded for it! Will definitely take some getting used to. we are planning our first long weekend next weekend to Columbia, SC. Hoping to meet some of you on the road at some point.

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    Moderator jimtoo's Avatar
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    USA - TX

    Re: From "wannabe" to "Going-to-be" Bighorn Owner

    HI Doxylady,

    Welcome to the Heartland Owners Forum and Family... great unit you purchased. We have a lot of great people here with lots of information. So if you need help with anything, just ask away.

    Check out the forum for rallies in your area and also think about the Heartland Owners Club.

    Jim M
    Jim and Bette
    04 GMC CC Dually D/A, MaxBrake, Riderights
    09 Bighorn 3670RL #9E011439
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    Southeast Region Director, HOC Nabo's Avatar
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    USA - TN

    Re: From "wannabe" to "Going-to-be" Bighorn Owner

    Congratulation and yes - we would love to meet you too. There are a couple of rallys coming up in April, one in Long, SC and the other on the Outer Banks in NC. Check it out to see if it will work out for your schedule that ya'll might try to come to one.
    Nathan & Byrd
    BamBam (toy poodle)
    Home State: Tennessee
    HOC #1298
    2014 Ram 3500 drw
    2019 Landmark 365 Newport

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    Senior Member skyguy's Avatar
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    USA - CO

    Re: From "wannabe" to "Going-to-be" Bighorn Owner

    We really, really enjoy our 3670!

    Only one major problem so far... this winter had been way too long! It's been almost 4 months now since the BH has rolled out of our driveway!

    Bighorn sighted at Pueblo SRA, CO - Spring, 2010

    Al and Rexann Schlafli
    'Jasper' and 'Louie' our Havanese fur boys
    2010 Bighorn 3670RL
    2001 F-350 SD 4WD w/

    ISSPRO Gauges: Tranny, EGT, Turbo Boost
    : 40 tow, 80 econ, Decel, etc
    HOC #1300

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    Member lcdrdean's Avatar
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    USA - VA

    Re: From "wannabe" to "Going-to-be" Bighorn Owner

    I agree with winter being too long. Our BH 3670 was out for it's maiden voyage in October and it's been sitting in the driveway since. Won't have this problem next winter ... we will be full timing somewhere with no snow!
    Dean and Terri Jennings
    Bailie (a puggle) and Yaki (a pappilon)

    Fulltimers since 27 June 2010
    2012 Coachman Brookstone 385FL Diamond Edition
    2010 Bighorn 3670RL (what we use to have)
    2007 Ford F350 DRW Crewcab Lariat 4X4 (6.0l, LWB)

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