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Old 06-11-2016, 01:41 PM   #11
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I vote for coziness and crawlin' on the big bed! It's just right for us. However, can certainly understand individual couples' preferences, or varying your sleeping configuration.

Based on the post from Luv70sFords, I think a related thread should be started ... "How many folks can you sleep in your Aframe?" 😀

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2. We could put a 3rd on a pallet on the floor, but DH would have to step over him/her to get to the toilet. Only 1 bed and we fill it!

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Old 06-11-2016, 06:28 PM   #12
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We have the A194HW with only one bed/dinette. My husband sleeps on the outside (I have to crawl over him if I have to get up during the night)...it doesn't really bother him or me.

We have two large dogs (88 lb. and 94 lb.)--sometimes both on the bed with us, sometimes one on the floor and one in bed.....my husband makes them stay on my side of the bed--just like at home. I'm used to it and sleep fine.
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Old 06-12-2016, 10:44 AM   #13
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We are in the cozy camp. Hubby is 6'5", so we LOVE that he can sleep full length in the wide Rockwood and he can stand up to full height too (can't do that in any travel trailer we've stepped in). I cozy between him and the wall and climb over him if I need to get up. Youngest daughter sleeps on the dinette which we keep as a bed as we spend most of our time outside. If another daughter joins us, the girls sleep head to toe on the dinette. Youngest complains that others are invading her space, but it works for a couple nights! Oh, girls have dad's height so these are not small children.
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Old 06-16-2016, 10:24 AM   #14
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Just curious if anyone has tried sleeping with toes in the little part and heads at the front - so cross wise on the bed. Or is it too short? We aren't owners yet but plan to be within the next year so I'm curious about this too.
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Old 06-16-2016, 11:06 AM   #15
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Just curious if anyone has tried sleeping with toes in the little part and heads at the front - so cross wise on the bed. Or is it too short? We aren't owners yet but plan to be within the next year so I'm curious about this too.
I have the A194HW which doesn't even have a full Queen (not as wide)--so no, we can't use it sleeping the other way. BELIEVE me--I tried!!
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Old 06-16-2016, 11:49 AM   #16
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Can't do it on any of them but the 213, which has a king size bed (or 2 twin beds depending on if you set it up that way)The larger box trailers are queen sized, which is only about 5' wide. The smaller trailers have a full bed, which is even narrower.

I had originally ordered the 213 for this very reason, but due to issues getting one I opted for the 212. I'm glad I did. The layout of the bed in the 213 really eats away at counter space, something I'm finding is a highly precious commodity in an aframe.
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Old 06-16-2016, 07:21 PM   #17
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I have the A194HW which doesn't even have a full Queen (not as wide)--so no, we can't use it sleeping the other way. BELIEVE me--I tried!!
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Can't do it on any of them but the 213, which has a king size bed (or 2 twin beds depending on if you set it up that way)The larger box trailers are queen sized, which is only about 5' wide. The smaller trailers have a full bed, which is even narrower.

I had originally ordered the 213 for this very reason, but due to issues getting one I opted for the 212. I'm glad I did. The layout of the bed in the 213 really eats away at counter space, something I'm finding is a highly precious commodity in an aframe.
Thanks guys! Will keep this in mind when we get ready to pull the trigger!
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Old 06-24-2016, 01:01 AM   #18
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I'm 6'7" so I don't have much of a choice as to which way I sleep in my T21TBHW. The twins are 5 inches too short. One of the things I love about this unit is all the possible bed configurations. When camping alone, I sleep across the twins and on the cushion on the night stand. With one grandkid, I sleep on the dinette bed. He or she sleeps cross ways on the other end. That way we have a "couch" using the king bed insert for our back. With two grandkids, I still get the dinette and they each have a twin bed. With three or four grandkids, they sleep on the king bed. Haven't tried it with all five yet!
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Old 08-13-2016, 09:16 PM   #19
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i find it not an issue with the hw version. i'm 6'3" so i understand the concern, and that was major factor in our purchase. 2017 t19qbhw
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Old 08-13-2016, 09:59 PM   #20
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Yep we use the 2 bed system, the significant other gets the big bed, and I get the dinette. I removed the table and cut some slats for the dinette bed. we use a tv tray for a table if we need one. adds a lot of floor space. We do all of our cooking outside.







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