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Old 04-01-2014, 06:21 PM   #1
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Howdy from the Sunshine State

Joined the forum as we just put in an order for a 2015 Cedar Creek 34 RLSA which should be ready to pickup in about 2 months. Can't wait. We've been camping with a Keystone Outback 230RS travel trailer for a couple of years and decided it was time to move up to a 5th wheel. We have really enjoyed meeting new and interesting folks in pretty much every place we've stayed and hope to keep that going for years to come. This looks like a really active forum so I'm sure I'll be wanting to pick some experienced brains for rv hints. I do have one question. In our RLSA I know RL stands for "rear living" but what does the SA stand for? About all for now, hope to see ya'll on the road sometime.

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Old 04-01-2014, 06:25 PM   #2
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Welcome and congrats on the new camper from Orlando!
Great folks here to help with your question and more!
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Old 04-01-2014, 09:48 PM   #3
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Welcome and congrats on your 2015 Cedar Creek 34 RLSA.
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Old 04-01-2014, 09:51 PM   #4
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Joined the forum as we just put in an order for a 2015 Cedar Creek 34 RLSA which should be ready to pickup in about 2 months. Can't wait. We've been camping with a Keystone Outback 230RS travel trailer for a couple of years and decided it was time to move up to a 5th wheel. We have really enjoyed meeting new and interesting folks in pretty much every place we've stayed and hope to keep that going for years to come. This looks like a really active forum so I'm sure I'll be wanting to pick some experienced brains for rv hints. I do have one question. In our RLSA I know RL stands for "rear living" but what does the SA stand for? About all for now, hope to see ya'll on the road sometime.

aboard! Sorry but I have no idea on what SA stands for.
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Welcome aboard from one who also recently upgraded to a 5th wheel. I think we will both be happy. Good camping!
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