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Old 07-31-2011, 08:53 PM   #11
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The smaller upper bunk is approx. 6ft by 2.8ft. The larger bunk above the wardrobe is 6ft by 3.7 ft. I don't have large kids so I built a crib front that connects to the walls over the top large bunk. My 18 month old son loves sleeping in the bunk it is his fort! I have laid in the larger bunk and it was comfortable, I haven't tried the small one. I can tell you my rectangular sleeping bag fits on it. My concern would be rolling off the bunk!
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Old 07-31-2011, 09:48 PM   #12
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Hey, thanks for the note, FarmerMT. You raise a good point with your concern for rolling off. I think we'll leave the smaller bunk for bags and stuff. I was more concerened about the headroom above the smaller bunk. Is there even room for a kid to bend their knees without hitting the ceiling?
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Old 07-31-2011, 10:40 PM   #13
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27 inches in the large bunk, 21 inches in the small bunk. We use our small bunk for bags, starting next weekend we will be putting our 9 week old up there to sleep.
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Old 08-07-2011, 06:30 PM   #14
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We purchased one in May 2011. You will not be disappointed, you will get lots of stare. You have one of the nices fit and finishes on the market. We look at a Outback basically the same as the 8312SS but the Rockwood is way nicer. You'll have a outside kitchen that really cool ,you will fine yourself cooking out side a lot more often because you have everything out there. The TV are of top makes and it very elegant. We are camping right now and we have 9 people and we all sleep quite comfortable 4 in the back 1 in the dinning area 2 on the pull out sofa air matters and my wife and I in the master bed room. I would go as far as calling it a master bedroom, but it will do it quit comfortable We love it..
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Old 08-08-2011, 10:16 PM   #15
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Thanks Doug & Theresa. You are the second couple to describe how you've been able to accommodate so many in the Rockwood 8312SS. Did you have anyone sleeping in the small bunk or was it 2 in the big bunk and 2 on the cube sofa?
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It was two on the futon style sofa. One on each of the top bunks 2 on the futon style cushion bed. It can sleep 10.
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Oh I fogot to tell you that my 16 year daughter sleep in the top bunk I just asked her how it is, she says it fine she comfortable, We have one of her friend staying with us from germany for a mouth and she is also 16. They slay in the back room. They use the top bunks to sleep on and the bottom as a lounge. I have a TV and a DVD player set back in the corner in the hole where the TV goes in the wall. Close the pocket door and they have there little teen pad back there witch keep the out of my hair for hour on end. Small kids i dont have anymore but i see you concern about them falling off the bunk in the night because there are no bar or protector to keep the in place when there sleeping. My wife wants me to mention the storage space. We can't fill all of it and we have all the comfort of home.
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