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Old 07-14-2014, 09:40 PM   #11
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I would love an update on how things are going with your Cruise Lite.

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Old 07-14-2014, 10:34 PM   #12
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Hi, from Western Washington State

Originally Posted by ogmonte View Post
We bought our first travel trailer at the end of last year. 2014 26tbud we live in moses lake wa prob about a 3 hour drive. Would like to do camping in western Wa but don't know of any good sites. We have camped in tents the last 10yrs or so around the Lake Roosevelt area.

We are working on our 4th trip for the year.😀

We recently stayed at Pioneer Trail RV resort, Anacortes . Wonderful park and excellent staff.Click image for larger version

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Great base to go whale watching; orcas, grey whale, minki.

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Old 07-15-2014, 11:40 AM   #13
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Originally Posted by Terier View Post
I would love an update on how things are going with your Cruise Lite.
I haven't checked in for a bit because we've been doing a bit of camping.

Things have gone really well. We taught ourselves how to do set up and tear down pretty quickly. The only issue we've had so far is that we're unable to light the pilot in the oven. The stove top works perfectly, but the oven's pilot just won't light. So we'll have to get that looked at I guess.

So far, we've camped at the Fort Lewis campground. It was fairly nice. It was still early in the season, so not crowded. After that, we went to Toutle River RV Resort south of Centralia. It's a nice park with good amenities. It's close to Mt. St. Helens, so we got some great photos. We've stayed there twice now. They participate in Tents for Troops program, which means all active duty military stay for free. We've also stayed at the Navy resort at Pacific Beach. So far, it's my favorite spot. It's so scenic there, and they have some great amenities. We don't have our next trip planned yet, but I'd like to get back out to Pacific Beach soon.

Here are some photos I've taken on our recent camping trips:
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