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Old 08-01-2013, 07:51 PM   #1
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Cedar creek tour

Wifey, Daughter and I just spent an afternoon touring the Cedar Creek factory in Topeka, IN. Our tour began around 2pm and lasted until they shut the lights out at 5pm. There was one other couple there from Ontario there with a 36RE. The tour was free and very informative. There was a boatload of 'Cottage' park models being assembled and a few Silverback getting ready for delivery too. The factory floor help had all left for the day. I had trouble getting my brain around their work hours. The Amish start work at 5am, work until noon, then boogie home to work around the farm. If ya'll take a tour of any of the Forest River factories, go ahead and give them ideas on how to make the end user happy. I mentioned a PI surge guard and that idea was the first they thought of it and would consider the addition. I'm sitting here typing away listening to the click-clack of horse hooves. Btw, I hope no-one opposed to the smell of cow chips all over this farmland. This is truly Mid-America.
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