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Old 12-03-2014, 05:49 PM   #21
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Though, with our length- I've been known to put the back into the bushes or off an overhang/drop off a time or two.
That is why the rear bath is for the MIL (or mis-behaving children...)
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Old 12-04-2014, 10:59 AM   #22
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Interesting that you mention the 1/2 bath. I was just talking to my wife about the 2nd bath saying that we don't use it nearly as much as I thought we would. She reminded me that it does get used quite a bit when we travel with our in-laws (which is often). She's right that it's really nice that they have their own space and we have ours.

The big thing that I think is missing is an outdoor kitchen. That's hard to give up!
Wow, completely missed that it had no outdoor kitchen. When we got ours, my thought was that it was a waste for 'me'. We are set up on perm site. Tell you now it is one of my favourite things, with our full bbq etc love it!
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Old 12-04-2014, 11:05 AM   #23
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Though, with our length- I've been known to put the back into the bushes or off an overhang/drop off a time or two.

My wife's aunt and uncle have a bunkhouse model that has a door on the driver's side to the rear 1/2 bath. I'm not sure how much I'd like to have to walk around to that side to do my thing. Especially with some of the RV parks we've been to where you'd feel like you were walking into the neighbor's spot to do so.

100% agree, many a time I would still have a 6 ft drop off the back of trailer, making those steps useless. But yes basically a QBOK with an extra tub.

Looking on FR site, salem does have an outdoor kitchen option. But I like the QBOK kitchen layout WAY better along with the larger pantry.
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Old 12-04-2014, 03:53 PM   #24
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Can you imagine a midship bunk with a rear entertainment floor plan. I would be in love.
Looks like Sierra came up with it:
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Old 12-04-2014, 04:06 PM   #25
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Looks like Sierra came up with it:
Interestingly enough, that RE plan suffers from what many people complain about: a TV where no couches directly face it.

I wonder if that's common in RE plans.
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Old 12-05-2014, 11:03 AM   #26
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Also No pantry in kitchen... BIG miss on trailer this size.
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Also No pantry in kitchen... BIG miss on trailer this size.
It's amazing how there's no perfect camper.
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Nope there is, Ependy we both bought it! Now if QC issues could be reined in, then it would be ideal as well!
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Nope there is, Ependy we both bought it! Now if QC issues could be reined in, then it would be ideal as well!
Ha! Maybe, maybe not. Back when I first got my 36QB and had it for a while, I sent SabreSam a list of 20 or so things that I would change if given the chance. Remarkably, MOST of them became standard or options on later 36QB models.

But, there are still things that I'd like to see be different or changed somehow. Of course, I'm not positive how to fit it all in.
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And I benefitted from those changes... Thanks!!
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