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  1. It’s like stepping into a time machine! Travel back to the sights and sounds of America’s past on this HOP! On the way to the 2016 Escapade in Essex Junction, Vermont, join us for this HOP in Dearborn, Michigan, and learn about some of America’s greatest industrialists and innovators. Visit historic buildings such as the home of Noah Webster, the founder of the American dictionary; the Wright brothers’ cycle shop; the Henry Ford Museum; the Ford Rouge Factory; Thomas Edison’s machine shop, laboratory, office, and library; and the courthouse where Abraham Lincoln practiced law. See the chair President Lincoln was sitting in at Ford’s Theatre when assassinated in 1865. See historical vehicles such as a 19th-century steam engine; the “Goldenrod,” which shattered the world land speed record in 1965; a replica of the Wright brothers’ flying machine; and the bus in which Rosa Parks rode, ushering in a new era for equality and freedom. Reflect back into time while visiting presidential limousines such as the 1902 Theodore Roosevelt horse-drawn Brougham, the 1939 Franklin D. Roosevelt Sunshine Special used to chauffer the president around during World War II. Built in 1950, Dwight D. Eisenhower’s “Bubbletop” was the official car for 4 U.S. Presidents: Presidents Truman, Eisenhower, Kennedy, and Johnson. View the historical limousine that President John F. Kennedy was assassinated in, on November 22, 1963; and the limo Ronald Reagan took shelter in during John Hinkley’s gunfire. This presidential limousine is the last preserved limo; they are now destroyed by the Secret Service. Railroads played an important part of the progress and growth of the American Industrial Revolution. Visit the working 19th-century roundhouse, ride a 1930s steam engine train, a Model T, a 1931 Ford Model AA bus, and a 1913 Herschell-Spillman Carousel. Farming was crucial in the early days. Learn about the agricultural revolution and how people lived off the land in the 1900s; see a wagon shop, a carriage barn, a cider mill; visit historical homes such as the 1650s Plympton House, 1750s Daggett Farmhouse, the 1840s Susquehanna Plantation, and the 1930s Mattox House, to list a few. Be in awe while watching skilled artisans use techniques that are centuries old when visiting the glass shop, the Gristmill, the pottery shop, the printing office, the machine shop, the tin shop, and the weaving shop. If you enjoy history, join us for a time of your life! This will truly be a spectacular HOP; so don’t miss out! Payment options When registering for a land HOP (not a cruise HOP), you may pay half upon registering and the balance 60 days prior to the event. For more info on this HOP, see: Time Travel HOP How to register To register, please call the HOP department at 888-757-2582 or 936-327-8873, or, if you would like more information, you can email hopinfo@escapees.com. See you at the HOP! Safe Travels & SKP hugs, Lisa Koca #86367 HOP Director Escapees RV Club 100 Rainbow Dr. Livingston, Texas 77351 888-757-2582
  2. 2003 Fleetwood American Eagle Diesel Pusher Only 47,000 miles 2 Slides Garaged Cummins 400 HP Diesel Pusher 10,000 Tow Capacity Allison 6 Speed Transmission Onan Diesel Generator with Autostart Satellite Dome Model 40Q with Matrix Paint Scheme Fiberglass Roof All Black Leather Interior with Light Oak Cabinets All Tiled Floors Dual Zone Heated Tile Floors Dual Furnaces Dual Ducted A/C Units Corian Counters 4 Door Dual Power Refrigerator with Ice Maker High End Microwave/Convection/Halogen Oven Dual Burner Amana Stove Sofa and Loveseat 4 Chair Dinette Ceiling Fan Halogen Lighting with Factory Rope Accent Lights (All Dimable) Brand new (4 X Rear) Michelin Tires Almost New Michelin Front Tires New Diesel Pre-Filter system Install to protect fuel pump etc Recently Serviced Exterior Freezer and Flat Screen TV Dash A/C Ice Cold Alarm System - Remote Access Tons of Basement Storage 100 Gal Freshwater Tank 10 Gallon Propane/Electric Water Heater Many More Options............. Ready to travel or an excellent Full Timer Excellent Deal Firm Price $90,000.00 (Below Book) Located in South Carolina - Storage Garage can be taken over to rent 13 x 50 For additional Information or photos email me at dgxco1(at)yahoo.com
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