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Old 04-27-2013, 04:31 PM   #1
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We camped next to a Roo last month in Tennessee. I had not had a chance to see one being set up and used but was very impressed. These are well thought out and they use every inch of space. I don't have to tell you folks that do I? Just wanted to drop in and make that comment.
I also don't think that any other owners group has as many good ideas as Roo owners do. I'm going to add shelves to my back closet using ideas from the Roo forum. I did talk to the owners about the forum and rally in Goshen.
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Old 04-27-2013, 05:31 PM   #2
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as a Roo owner, i thank you for the compliments and for actually seeing why we love our Roos.

i think hybrid owners have their feet in both worlds, the traditional "Campers" side and the "RV'ers" side.
nothing wrong with either side, just that we see the advantages to both sides and a hybrid allows us to have both.

a hybrid's versatility is rarely matched in the RV world.
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Old 04-27-2013, 06:36 PM   #3
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I never thought I would love the Roo, but it has started to grow on me. I am going to go through a season and get my full experience with it. But, I already have my 2nd Roo on my mind, as well as a new TV.
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as a Roo owner, i thank you for the compliments and for actually seeing why we love our Roos.

i think hybrid owners have their feet in both worlds, the traditional "Campers" side and the "RV'ers" side.
nothing wrong with either side, just that we see the advantages to both sides and a hybrid allows us to have both.

a hybrid's versatility is rarely matched in the RV world.
Well Said!
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