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Old 12-06-2015, 09:07 AM   #31
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Well, we are wrapping up our first trip in the Wildwood and so far so good. We went from DFW to Albuquerque and then down to the White Sands National Park in Click image for larger version

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ID:	95671Alamogordo. Now we are at Roswell and about to head home. The only main issue is a leaky bathroom hot water line where it meets the sink. It tows great behind our Suburban 1500, even up some 4-5% grades. Since there really isn't a good owners manual, we relied on this great forum and our appliance manuals to figure things out.

Here is a panoramic shot near the Trinity range in NM.
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Old 12-06-2015, 09:25 AM   #32
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Well, we are wrapping up our first trip in the Wildwood and so far so good. We went from DFW to Albuquerque and then down to the White Sands National Park in Attachment 95671Alamogordo. Now we are at Roswell and about to head home. The only main issue is a leaky bathroom hot water line where it meets the sink. It tows great behind our Suburban 1500, even up some 4-5% grades. Since there really isn't a good owners manual, we relied on this great forum and our appliance manuals to figure things out.

Here is a panoramic shot near the Trinity range in NM.

Awesome shot! Enjoy that wildwood.
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Old 12-06-2015, 09:43 AM   #33
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Glad you're enjoying your new camper. Thanks for the pic. Looks like you're on the moon!
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Old 12-06-2015, 10:01 AM   #34
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It sure looked like it! I'm an east coaster so never been this far west. Beautiful country. Driving through the Valley of Fire sure seemed moonish to me.
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Well said Mac. Hell, we were just talking about getting rid of the luxury car and getting an older beater. Enjoy life not stuff. I think both campers are great choices, but I think we made the right choice with our "stick n tin" dealio.

November 2014 we purchased a new 231 RBXL for us it was about what we wanted in a floor plan and what we wanted to pay, used it 24 nights last summer no problems and it is just the wife myself and two dogs. We looked for three yrs kept looking at more expensive models but just couldnt justify the prices. When we would mention to sales people what we were looking at asides from theirs we always got the "their not bad for an entry level camper" Well we never wanted a 32 inch TV or alot of other things we spend most of our time outside. We are very happy with it.
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Old 01-08-2016, 02:54 PM   #36
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That's awesome and I'm glad you're enjoying the Wildwood. No complaints yet. It's just my wife and I and our three dogs. A little more floor space would be nice, but it's otherwise a perfect fit for our budget and TV. We realize it's not our forever camper and plan on getting something a little more pricey down the road.


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