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Old 04-11-2011, 12:10 PM   #21
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Originally Posted by atkingswat View Post
Im just not use to having all this electrical gadgets, and sewer lines and stuff. After everything that has gone wrong this weekend, we have come to the conclusion, that we really enjoyed seeing all the Amish people.

We made some good friends, and planning on going back in two weeks. We are putting together a pretty good list for the dealership, so they can fix all the problems (hopefully). I think im going to invest in some leveling blocks before we go camping again!
it's probably in one of ur post but where did u camp?
we camped natchez trace 1000 trails campground in hohenwall, tn (i probably butchered the name of the town). we enjoyed that area for the same reason.
i'm in the process of installing diagnal stabelizers on my trailer. they connect between the frame on one side and the foot on the other. have read good abt them. will find out in a couple of months. the tripod pin stabilizer didn't work as well for me as i expected. weather and other projects are taking priority.
if that is where ur camping, there is an excellent hardware store abt 5 miles from there...henry,tn(?). doesn't look like much but just abt anything u want in there.
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Old 04-11-2011, 12:39 PM   #22
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ethridge, u were in the same area. my wife and i both enjoy that area.
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Old 04-11-2011, 09:02 PM   #23
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Can't wait to go back in two weeks. Were having some furniture made, and let me tell you. Its top notch work. we made some good friends there. We enjoyed seeing the childrens eyes light up when we gave them dum dum suckers, and other candy.

We stayed at the David Cricket state park in lawrenceburg. They only have a 30 amp hookup, and they only had one section opened for camping, so there wasn't alot of choices for camp sites. First come first serve. I may look around for another camp ground near by.

But all together it was a wonderfull trip. I can tell it will be a yearly trip.
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Old 04-17-2011, 10:10 PM   #24
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I have a 2010 3625 Cardinal. For me it is very easy to set-up. I have electric front and rear jacks, electric awning, and all work with a remote control (including the slides). By far the easiest fifth wheel I have owned to set-up (this is my 8th RV).
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