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Old 08-29-2014, 11:12 AM   #461
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How many dadgum awnings have you got?!

Are they his and hers awnings?
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Three slide awnings.

Two regular awnings, one of which deploys out over a slider with its own slide awning.

Yep, I kinda had the same reaction, but TBH, two awnings is better, IMO, than one LONG awning. Less chance of center swag.

IIRC, the 2014 Rockwood twin to our Flagstaff has the same two awning set up. It's because of the opposing slides in the salon area. If there was only one awning, the dinette/entertainment slide would take up most of the space under the awning for that area. Also, IIRC, the 2014s were the first to come out with the metal shield that covers the awning roll when it is retracted....it rolls out flat when the awning is extended, then curls back up around the roll when it's retracted. *may* be optional, but ours came with it already on.
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Old 08-29-2014, 11:16 AM   #462
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Hot Springs National Park KOA
That site looks a lot like the park where we did a one-nighter coming back from NC. Little place we found by word of mouth: Rutledge Lake RV Park.

It was less than 3 miles from the place where we had a business appointment in Arden...business owner told us about it. Got lucky there! Had a pull thru site open. We pulled in, didn't even unhitch, pulled out the next morning early.
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Old 08-29-2014, 11:21 AM   #463
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Five










Three slide awnings.

Two regular awnings, one of which deploys out over a slider with its own slide awning.

Yep, I kinda had the same reaction, but TBH, two awnings is better, IMO, than one LONG awning. Less chance of center swag.

IIRC, the 2014 Rockwood twin to our Flagstaff has the same two awning set up. It's because of the opposing slides in the salon area. If there was only one awning, the dinette/entertainment slide would take up most of the space under the awning for that area. Also, IIRC, the 2014s were the first to come out with the metal shield that covers the awning roll when it is retracted....it rolls out flat when the awning is extended, then curls back up around the roll when it's retracted. *may* be optional, but ours came with it already on.
You've got a SALON in your's!?!!!

Or did you mean SALOON?

That makes more sense.
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Silly....the living area is commonly called the "salon area".

I say potato you say potahto.
I say tomato you say tomahto.

You say patio, I say lanai.

We all end up with the same product.

Nope, no saloon, or "modern day bar room" in Buffy! Though there is a "side bar" and one "bar stool" (I took one out and put it in his shop)
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HeHe, just funnin'!
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Did you say "salon" or "saloon?" :-)
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This is at the campground in Iskut, BC. One of the nicest parks we have stayed in. It's on the Cassiar Highway. We were on our way to Stewart, BC, and heading home.


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That site looks a lot like the park where we did a one-nighter coming back from NC. Little place we found by word of mouth: Rutledge Lake RV Park.

It was less than 3 miles from the place where we had a business appointment in Arden...business owner told us about it. Got lucky there! Had a pull thru site open. We pulled in, didn't even unhitch, pulled out the next morning early.
Unfortunately it was an overnighter for us also on our way back from Indiana, we didn't unhook either. But, since we stayed there, I do believe we will stay there again.
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