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Old 05-12-2016, 01:21 AM   #11
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Pugs were awesome on our hybrid. Made a big difference in the heat for the a/c. I also used reflectix in the windows and that also helped with heating cooling
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Yes you are Rich in Massachusetts! That picture of your two wee ones in their chairs by the fire is what camping is all about! Congratulations.
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Welcome to the Roo family!! We have the same trailer but it is a '15 and we love it. We fill ours up with 3 dogs and 2 grown kids. It's still a lot of fun and we look forward to every trip.

Looks like you have a site that you keep rented for the summer. We would love to do that here in Colorado but finding a place that combines the traditional camping feel is hard to come by.
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Rich what Campground are you at in RI? we're headed out for only our 2nd trip this weekend to a campground there called Whispering Pines and have 2 small boys as well.
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Old 05-12-2016, 09:10 PM   #15
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Rich what Campground are you at in RI? we're headed out for only our 2nd trip this weekend to a campground there called Whispering Pines and have 2 small boys as well.

We are at Echo Lake Campground in Pascoag, RI. My brother and sister in law found it last year. It's a nice spot. I've already met two people who have been camping there since the late 1970's!


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Welcome to the Roo family!! We have the same trailer but it is a '15 and we love it. We fill ours up with 3 dogs and 2 grown kids. It's still a lot of fun and we look forward to every trip.



Looks like you have a site that you keep rented for the summer. We would love to do that here in Colorado but finding a place that combines the traditional camping feel is hard to come by.

We have loved the 233S so far! We decided on the seasonal site because my in laws are there with our 2 nieces and nephew. It should be a fun summer. The only downside is no dogs so our dog gets to visit with my parents and their two dogs when we go.


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Yes you are Rich in Massachusetts! That picture of your two wee ones in their chairs by the fire is what camping is all about! Congratulations.

It sure is! Many memories will be made!!


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Pugs were awesome on our hybrid. Made a big difference in the heat for the a/c. I also used reflectix in the windows and that also helped with heating cooling

I'm going to have to get them. Everyone is recommending them. Thanks!


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