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Old 09-10-2013, 09:58 PM   #11
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Hope this help! (That's a 27 galon tote)
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Old 09-11-2013, 12:26 AM   #12
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Wiscampsin, we are way north of you in Oconomowoc!

We just purchased this pop up after camping in Alaska 3 times in a rented 24 ft. motor home. It gave us the "bug" to camp again. Our first pop up was purchased when we lived in California for a year and half. And boy have they changed since 1970. The highwall sure is more comfortable with the higher work areas and bathroom with toilet and shower.

We'll have to meet for a camping trip down your way some day.
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dudleydoo,

We're about 12 miles south of Oconomowoc, just south of Dousman. Our camper is on a seasonal site west of Montello (pics in photobucket link below).

Agree about the comfort of a hiwall. Our first camper was a hiwall too, two 60 X 80 bed ends, slide out dinette, L shaped couch area, even a hardwall wet bathroom that was DD's job to set up. Loved that thing!
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Old 09-11-2013, 09:03 PM   #14
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Hello Camping Buddy,

Thanks for the pictures. This is what my husband was thinking might work. But, we can't figure out what you are trying to show us in picture #3. Is that the ledge the smart tote rests on?

I appreciate your taking time to post them

Bonnie and Rich
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Old 09-11-2013, 09:06 PM   #15
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Wiscampsin,

Thank you for your pictures as well, you have a beautiful unit. My husband had said when he retired we would get a pick up truck and 5th wheel. Then we started cruising a lot and he gave up on that idea. But, after our camping in Alaska, albeit in a 24' motor home, we got the bug again. We like the wide open "windows" in the pop up for now. Maybe when we get old and grey we will go for a different type unit.

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Hello Camping Buddy,

Thanks for the pictures. This is what my husband was thinking might work. But, we can't figure out what you are trying to show us in picture #3. Is that the ledge the smart tote rests on?

I appreciate your taking time to post them

Bonnie and Rich
Yes, it's a hitch ball mount with a 14" x 16" wood board that I had laying in the garage, with the "Rv bumper hitch mount".
We named it "pop up hitch table" was very practical.lol
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