Re: Tonneau cover for Nissan Frontier
Originally Posted by jopoelma
I think our paths crossed about 2:00 pm last Sunday. You were northbound at mile marker 70 on I-77 and I was Southbound. If so I caught my first ever glimpse of a real Escape 5.0. Told my wife Pat that it was the "Hokie Escape". She said...well I won't say exactly what she said but something about "nuts". My Escape is a plain Jane standard version with extra insulation and glass completed a while back and still being "torture tested" with Chilliwack snow and ice. Hopefully we will have it soon. Cataloochee campground in the Smokies will host the commissioning event for "Smokie Escape". I have a small Green Egg smoker ready to travel with Smokie Escape. If there already is a "Smokie Escape" you forum guys need to speak up and I will revise the title. This probably needs to go to general discussion. Jeff Z or GB advise as required. Thanks again for the comments. This is a nice forum.
Joe, YOU were right....your wife was...well, she was....well, she just doesn't know Escaper's Yet! We were on our way back home from a weekend with 2 of the grands, catching 18 good sized stripped bass on Lake Hartwell, which lies between SC and GA. Smokie Escape sounds great! And Cataloochee sounds like a good place to start....are you having it trailered to you, or are you going to Chillewack. You can answer on my email....guess this is off subject now..except when I say...well, I don't have a tonneau cover! (OK, that gets us back on subject : - ) )
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'11 Nissan Frontier Crew Cab (5' bed) 09 Escape 5.0
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