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Old 05-14-2011, 06:25 PM   #1
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New surveyor sv 240

Well, finally came to my senses and bought a new 2011 SV 240 today. Checked out other brands but the surveyor line was just the smart choice, better quality, more std features, just better all around. We were in a popup before, now so much room! This forum helped me make up my mind. Thanks!!!
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Old 05-14-2011, 07:55 PM   #2
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Congrats on the new Surveyor! When do you take delivery?
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Old 05-15-2011, 08:16 AM   #3
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to the forum and congratulations on the camper. Hope you have many memorable trips with it.
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I think most Surveyor owners are a happy group. We sure like ours. Happy camping!
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to the forum and congratulations on the camper. Hope you have many memorable trips with it.
X2!! Enjoy!
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Old 05-16-2011, 09:43 PM   #6
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We brought it home saturday. Now the wife and i are getting it ready for our first trip of the season. Can't wait! By the way, i had no idea you could "decorate a camper". The wife insisted, new towels, rugs, etc. I know you feel my pain. But she was the one who said, "I love this thing , lets buy it!" nuf said.
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"I had no idea you could "decorate a camper". The wife insisted, new towels, rugs, etc. I know you feel my pain. But she was the one who said, "I love this thing , lets buy it!" nuf said." This sound very familiar. Enjoy it as much as we do.
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By the way, i had no idea you could "decorate a camper". The wife insisted, new towels, rugs, etc.
Of course one decorates the trailer! It's your home away from home.

One of my co-worker just sold her second trailer not too long ago. Of course both trailers were decorated completely - kitchen pots & pans, towels, dishes & all that stuff. Except for the generator and a few took each trailer was complete. Think of her husband's pain.... LOL
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Old 05-21-2011, 05:54 PM   #9
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We brought it home saturday. Now the wife and i are getting it ready for our first trip of the season. Can't wait! By the way, i had no idea you could "decorate a camper". The wife insisted, new towels, rugs, etc. I know you feel my pain. But she was the one who said, "I love this thing , lets buy it!" nuf said.

That's what my wife said!! Don't you just love a woman that thinks on the same plane!!! I thought I was one of the only lucky ones...she wanted the Harley too back when we rode! Have fun and enjoy. Btw, my wife just made me buy a Surveyor sp295 and she is buying stuff to decorate for our maiden voyage!
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