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Old 06-08-2012, 09:48 PM   #31
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But they are so much more pretty

That might be what I will save for when I retire and go mobile. Only 34 years to go!! Heck, by then they will probably be made out of carbon fiber and aluminum extruded reinforcements with some space age, no friction, ceramic like exteriors and the TV will be nuclear fusion powered!

...That is if we make it past 12-21-12
Checked them out, still a bit too heavy, don't want to change TV. They are very nice tho!
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Old 06-08-2012, 09:52 PM   #32
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There are just two of us and don't want to change TV or don't nescessarly need too much bigger. Maybe a couple of feet (I was warned about the toofootitis!)
And larger windows. So if we don't need too much bigger, I'd like to put the money on quality and options/extra rather than paying extra for lightweight unit.
So far, prettynimpressed with the Shasta, no problem ( except one speaker) and it tows great but it sleeps 4 and I'm not too happy about having sister in law having to sleep on the dinette table. Pita is you ask me, it rained most of our 5 days camping so it was not so pleasant not having a dinette.
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Old 06-08-2012, 11:57 PM   #33
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There are just two of us and don't want to change TV or don't nescessarly need too much bigger. Maybe a couple of feet (I was warned about the toofootitis!)
And larger windows. So if we don't need too much bigger, I'd like to put the money on quality and options/extra rather than paying extra for lightweight unit.
So far, prettynimpressed with the Shasta, no problem ( except one speaker) and it tows great but it sleeps 4 and I'm not too happy about having sister in law having to sleep on the dinette table. Pita is you ask me, it rained most of our 5 days camping so it was not so pleasant not having a dinette.
Sister in law? I thought you said it was just the two of you? That is why our TT sleeps exactly......two. If someone wants to come camping with us, there is plenty of room to put up a tent on our site. LOL.
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Old 06-09-2012, 12:28 AM   #34
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There are just two of us and don't want to change TV or don't nescessarly need too much bigger. Maybe a couple of feet (I was warned about the toofootitis!)
And larger windows. So if we don't need too much bigger, I'd like to put the money on quality and options/extra rather than paying extra for lightweight unit.
So far, prettynimpressed with the Shasta, no problem ( except one speaker) and it tows great but it sleeps 4 and I'm not too happy about having sister in law having to sleep on the dinette table. Pita is you ask me, it rained most of our 5 days camping so it was not so pleasant not having a dinette.
There are just 2 of us and the megacab is just the right size as is the 34 1/2 ft trailer that sleeps 2 and 4 in a pinch.
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Old 06-09-2012, 12:53 AM   #35
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sister in law? I thought you said it was just the two of you? That is why our tt sleeps exactly......two. If someone wants to come camping with us, there is plenty of room to put up a tent on our site. Lol.
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Old 06-09-2012, 06:47 AM   #36
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Sister in law? I thought you said it was just the two of you? That is why our TT sleeps exactly......two. If someone wants to come camping with us, there is plenty of room to put up a tent on our site. LOL.
I thought it would be fun to invite her spend the weekend with us rofl
we won't be doing that too often
in future, a tent is welcome for future events
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