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Old 02-25-2013, 12:01 PM   #31
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Thanks, I've been looking at them, so that's what I'm going with! I doubt I will use the ones that came with ours either, the stick out to far for me. Have a great XLR day!
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Old 02-25-2013, 06:15 PM   #32
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Hi NotLookinBack! Here are some pics of that towel holder I use in our XLR. I never hung the accessories that came for the bathroom. Like the toilet paper holder...there just isn't a good spot to put it that makes using it very easy, so I just keep the TP under the sink, and use a little cup for the toothbrushes that fit perfectly in the medicine cabinet.
Gotta agree, no good place for TP holder. Wife went to Lowes and bought one of those stands you set on the floor. And we bought towel rods at the same time. We usually have at least one of our kids and their spouse plus a couple of grandkids with us, so need lots of towel space. Put 2 holders-one each side of the commode, and stuck one on the wall behind the door. he one behind door is tight, but I made it work. I used the screw into drywall anchors they have at Lowes,too. Only holding up towels- unless you ladies get too carried away with that electric slide thing I did monunt the washcloth holders- again Grandkids, but they like using liquid soap so no soap holder. Almost all of the snow gone here, hoping to do first trip early April. Wife also doesn't like anything on the counter, so she agreed to a paper towel holder mounted under the cabinet in corner of kitchen.
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Old 02-25-2013, 08:23 PM   #33
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I found a tp holder that had a magazine rack, Harley magazines in there, fit between the shower glass and the toilet. Will use over the door hangers for towels, every time I say the word "hang" in Maxine, my sweetie just shakes his head!
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Old 02-26-2013, 08:54 AM   #34
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Hi MightyMike! I wish you and DW could come to Goshen this year with us! We can just line up all the XLR's...you, me, NotLookingBack.....

We got slammed again last night with the snow...6 inches on top of the 9 we got a few days ago! Our first trip will be in May, for Memorial Day weekend.....so excited!
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I meant to mention the comfy factor on that bed in the cargo. We had company and they slept on it over the weekend. He said it was not real comfortable and hurt to lay on his side. I am thinking about putting a foam topper on it. I put a 4 inch topper on the one in the bedroom, and it is amazing! Other than that, they were very cozy back there. They had the pass through dinette to use and sit at as well.
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Have any of you XLR owners installed a TV in the bedroom yet? I am going to get a mount and TV and would love to know what you used. It doesn't look like a very large TV will fit.
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There was one already mounted in the bedroom of our XLR, it's a 19", we are going to change it out to one with a DVD player, since there's not always cable. Sweetie is a all night TV watcher, so no cable, means Planet Earth DVD all night!
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Old 02-26-2013, 07:39 PM   #38
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Ours was already installed. it is a flip down 20"
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RVChick, thanks for the info on the back bunk! Ours had a air mattress that came with it, did yours?
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The top bunk in ours isn't very good either. Just baby girl up there right now but going to get a topper for her this year just in case a adult or teen needs to sleep up there. Nolookin. we got a air mattress with ours but it is a L shaped one for the couch!
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