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Old 07-26-2013, 06:31 AM   #61
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Have you given any thought to the 21?

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Hilarious!
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Old 07-26-2013, 01:30 PM   #62
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Looks great Lisa! Even the sun cooperated in welcoming your new 19 with a beautiful sunset Good to hear no problems with the DMV either.

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Old 08-03-2013, 09:49 AM   #63
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Awesome camper. We travel to Reston periodically to visit friends, when we are down there, if you are around, we would like to see your rig, the wife loves your fabric and other choices. Nice work

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Old 08-03-2013, 10:25 AM   #64
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Awesome camper. We travel to Reston periodically to visit friends, when we are down there, if you are around, we would like to see your rig, the wife loves your fabric and other choices. Nice work

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Thank you! I'll be happy to show it to you anytime.
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Old 08-03-2013, 04:00 PM   #65
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Your trailer is beautiful. Your fabric choice is perfect, love the soft colors. I wish you many happy trips enjoying it.

A couple of questions. When you moved the dinette to the rear and the bed to the front, was the exterior hatch moved as well? And how much storage is available under the dinette seats?

I see that you did not get the range hood. That's a good decision. People here seem to thing the Maxx Air fan will do the same job. Did you select the lights over the kitchen? Or are they the stock ones? I see you also got the two burner stove, that should be enough and leaves you more counter space. You made some very good decisions in planning your trailer. Never enough outlets!

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Old 08-03-2013, 06:08 PM   #66
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Your trailer is beautiful. Your fabric choice is perfect, love the soft colors. I wish you many happy trips enjoying it.

A couple of questions. When you moved the dinette to the rear and the bed to the front, was the exterior hatch moved as well? And how much storage is available under the dinette seats?

I see that you did not get the range hood. That's a good decision. People here seem to thing the Maxx Air fan will do the same job. Did you select the lights over the kitchen? Or are they the stock ones? I see you also got the two burner stove, that should be enough and leaves you more counter space. You made some very good decisions in planning your trailer. Never enough outlets!

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Thanks Rosemary! I agonized over the fabric for days ... I really love the SW motif and wanted something cheerful and not too dark.

The exterior hatch is still on the rear passenger side. There is decent storage under all the cushions in the dinette. There is also a ton of storage under the front bed as well. I am so impressed with all the storage ... I don't think I'll be able to fill it all.

The lights are all standard except for the corner Captain's lights (I have one in each corner). the LEDs are a nice warm light. I really like them. However, I need to tone down the captains lights as they are far too bright. I think I could land a 747 with them!!

I'm very happy I left off the range hood. It keeps the dinette area nice and open.

My inaugural trip is just days away. I'll report back and include photos!
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