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Old 01-04-2015, 08:44 PM   #151
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We bought a new Canyon Cat 30DBSC this last summer and we have loved every minute of it since. Before this one we had a 94 coachmen 268FK. Let's just say we stepped up a LOT. We also had our first non-furry child in November, so we are all excited to the opportunity to continue our camping life this spring. Between the great camper we have and the great service we get from the dealer, I'm very happy we took the plunge.

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Old 01-05-2015, 01:00 PM   #152
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Smile Forester 3121DS

We purchased our new Forester in spring of 2012. We loved it at first sight, it has entertainment center over cab instead of bunk. It also has bay window in hallway and large picture window in rear of bedroom.
We have parked at a small Parish owned park on the Vermillion Bay several times. We back up to the bulkhead and, oh my, the view of the sunset from the back window and the bay window is spectacular! Many other places we have camped also have great views, loving it!
In June of 2012 we invited three of our grand children (ages 15-9) to go a trip to Durango CO with us...our DD asked if there would be enough room for her too? So we decided that she and GD would sleep on dinette, one GS on Jack-knife and the oldest GS on airmattress on floor in between.
We were gone for 14 days, and never had one problem! Everyone was happy!
We had a wonderful time! Would we do it again? Yes in a heart beat! Trying to figure how we can get all 5 grand children packed in.

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Old 01-05-2015, 02:06 PM   #153
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2014 Forester 3051S

Now that all the issues have been resolved with our Forester, we love it. We had a Class C in the 90's followed by a fifth-wheel and then a Class A. When we decided to go back to a Class C, we did an extensive amount of research of all makes and models and felt the Forest River Forester had the best floorplan for our purpose, as well as paint scheme, cabinetry, etc. We took it from MO to SC shortly after we picked it up last Dec; covered the northwest US in Aug; drove up the north shore of Lake Superior in Oct. We have towed a Jeep Grand Cherokee and had no problems. It's a good looking unit and we're proud of it!
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Old 01-07-2015, 05:06 PM   #154
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I love our 3050 Sunseeker RV, I love it so.....much that I can't wait for Mar. to come around so we can get on the road again. Jan and Feb are the pitts. I think a cure for cabin fever is rving !
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Old 01-22-2015, 06:01 PM   #155
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So far so good!

Just purchased a 2013 (new) in November 2014. Haven't used it yet (cold winters here), but have spent some time in the trailer and fiddling with it in the shop. My first observations are that it is a very good value for what I paid for it. It was a 2013 model at the dealer in November 2014, so as you can imagine, I got a good deal. For what I paid, I am very happy with it so far and my expectations can't exceed the reality of what I bought--an entry level brand new trailer at a used price. It is a 27 foot with a slide out which is perfect for my family. I grew camping and this is the 3rd TT that I have had. I look forward to many fun memories with my growing family and am thankful for the opportunity to buy a great TT at a very reasonable price!

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Old 01-22-2015, 07:54 PM   #156
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We love our 2013 Sunseeker 3170. One of the best purchases we made. It has lots of room for all the pups. Put on 17,000 miles in two yrs with . . Knock on wood only little things just needing tightening. Runs great, generator kicks on quickly. We take it out at least once a month even in winter months for a drive to the mall and a run on the highway to keep everything moving. Generator running an hour on a load to keep that also in top shape. Things are always going to loosen up on the roads in CT and especially attempting to get through New York on 95. Things will break but they also break in my house and car. Just hopefully not while all the pups are in it!

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Old 02-25-2015, 02:11 PM   #157
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We are on our second Rockwood Signature Ultra Lite (the first was a travel trailer (32ft) and this one is a 5th wheel 8280ws. Just have loved them both. Well built and stable for towing. Things like a bed frame made of aluminium tubing rather than just a piece of plywood over a box. Loads of cupboard space functionally places. Super service even after the warrantee expires... Like the song..."these are a few of my favourite things" And just a note..Not always but many times problems occur because they are (partially or completely) caused by the user. Preventive maintenance and careful use eliminate many potential problems.

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