The Church Basement Roadshow

The Church Basement Roadshow

Whose RV Is It, Anyway?

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The 40″ Country Coach Tribute 260 that we’re driving is not our own, nor are we renting it. It is owned by a longtime friend and all-around great guy, Michael Toy. Michael is also a sporadic blogger, and he’s written about his experiences on opening weekend HERE.

“it is really hard to write the next sentence after that because the road show is really hard to describe. the show gives a great view into the books. if you like the show, you will like the books. but even if you don’t want to buy the books, the show is entertaining enough all by itself. i already own the books and have seen the show enough times that i can just about recite it verbatim from the beginning, and i am still enjoying watching it.” read more…

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posted June 20, 2008 at 10:40 am

How do you all fit in a 40 inch RV?

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