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Old 04-08-2021, 05:38 PM   #1
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Enough blue tarp camping for us...

Well we finally decided we had enough of blue tarp camping here in Western Washington and picked up a 2017 Cascade 26 DBH. We've RV'd a little bit with a 24ft Passport my mom wasn't using while they isolated last year - but this one is our very own. Now the wife, daughter, two dogs, and I have a spot to get dry and not have to sit on top of each other.

I was looking for some info on the difference between the Cascade and the Grey Wolf in 2017? I can't find much searching the this site. Is there a better forum to post that question?

Just picked it up this weekend, so giving it good look through. No permanent ladder so need to add that to the shopping list. Other than the standard maintenance stuff, anything specific I need to lay eyes (or a wrench) on?

Thanks for the help and I've already found a bunch of answers to questions on the site!

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Congratulations and Welcome from New Jersey, You may want to try setting up camp in the driveway just to make sure everything is good to go.
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Old 04-08-2021, 07:59 PM   #3
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Hi and Welcome to FRF, from Camano Island.
I believe the Cascade line is a re-branded Cherokee, built exclusively for Poulsbo RV.
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Old 04-09-2021, 12:28 AM   #5
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That would make sense. We picked this one up in Anacortes, so that is a definite possibility. Thanks for the info.
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If you live west of the Cascades an RV makes a lot of sense. Wet and mild all the time. I just spent two weeks in Seattle, like the old days. I have always liked the East Side.
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Welcome to he forum. Enjoy and Later RJD
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