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Old 09-17-2009, 08:20 AM   #11
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Originally Posted by cfsoistman View Post
You nailed it, plus you decorate it up to your satisfaction and it's home. Wake up hungry and you have your food not a vending machine to snack off of. most important to me is I know the room and bed are always going to be comfortable. We've been to a few hotels in the past year when we took our daughter off to college and between the noise of the above people and the sheets that didn't quite fit the bed too well, I'll take my RV any day.

+1 on that. You could probably go on vacation for cheaper than camping, but for me and my situation (4 kids & 2 dogs) the camper is cheaper per trip if I consider that we typicaly rent a house not a hotel room. There is the upfront cost of the camper but having our own beds where ever we go is priceless. I don't like bed bugs!

Camping is more work, set up, clean up, repairs etc... but we are enjoying it!

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Old 08-07-2010, 02:19 PM   #12
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I am new to this forum thing but I was wondering how long the rubber roof delamination issue is warrantied by Forest River. I am looking at a 2003 Flagstaff in immaculate condition for a good price but I noticed there about 2 inches of delamination along the side of the roof on both sides with no cuts in the rubber. Will FR fix this?

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