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Old 05-21-2016, 11:14 PM   #21
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I removed my screen permanently as there are plenty of other windows to open for ventilation. It is amazing how much light those screens cut out.
And if you have to escape quickly, those extra seconds (or minutes, depending on how tricky they are to remove) might make a difference. Good idea, Karen, to remove it then.
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Old 05-21-2016, 11:20 PM   #22
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1. Another opened cabinet - this one over the kitchen counter area. Room to stash your stuff for that 5 course meal. Small portions. Not very many people in for dinner. That sort of thing.

2. The new style of the stainless sink and faucet that is now standard on their trailers.

3. Demonstrating how easy it was to pull the nozzle thingie out.

4. And the other side of that nozzle. And my hand - yep, no wedding ring. I told Dirk that I would never wear it as rings bother me to no end. I wore it long enough to exchange our vows and that was it. And now that ring has somehow shrunk over the years so it wouldn't fit anyway. If I could even find it!
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Old 05-21-2016, 11:26 PM   #23
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1. Stove top cover flipped up.

2. And stove top cover arm thingie flipped out.

3. And stove top cover put back down.

Well, that was pretty exciting stuff! Let's see what photo #4 brings us:

4. Ah ha! The all important tank level monitor that's supposed to be more accurate if you pay some bucks to purchase the Horst Miracle Probes and pay more bucks to have ETI install them.

Also the switches for the water heater and pump. Important device to have.
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Old 05-21-2016, 11:33 PM   #24
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1. View of the kitchen doors. I do not know why I didn't open these up, considering I did with the overhead cabinets. Maybe I just didn't feel like bending over, which is probably the reason. (My belly button hernia surgery repair needs looking at (next week!) as I think it's back or something or another. Kills my gut to bend over.)

2. Close up shot of the lip on the floor. The table is set back from this lip edge, so it's not like you get up and immediately trip down it. You have a full step (in my size 11s mind you) before your feet figure out if you're gonna make it down without any problems. Mine did just fine.

3. View of the Maxx fan and vent cover. And a bit of the awning. And the top of the door. And the blue metal wall behind it all.

4. View of the back end of the trailer. And the outside light. And a few other things.
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Old 05-21-2016, 11:36 PM   #25
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Okay, that's it for the photos of the 17B trailer. Only took 2 hours this time.

I hope these photos will be of benefit to some of you. and I hope you all enjoyed it and my commentary. Less of it this time around - I'm quite tired and getting a bit punchy.
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Old 05-21-2016, 11:42 PM   #26
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Very nice job, Laura. Thank you for all your efforts as they're much appreciated.
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Old 05-22-2016, 12:02 AM   #27
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1. Another side view. You can see the battery, the fire extinguisher and the remote for the Maxx fan (I'm assuming)
you know what, I think that remote might be for the awning.
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Laura, thanks a millions times over for all your work. I think ETI should hire you to do the photography for their brochures - very thorough!!!
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2. Now this is a very interesting shot and I wish I knew for sure what was going on. Dirk speculated that wood cover is over where the awning is attached, but heck if I know. This is inside the cabinet. Maybe it's from something that was there already, but since I've never really looked at the 17B with any great attention to detail, I could not tell ya. But someone with one probably could and hopefully will!
I'm sure that is access to the awning. In this interior shot, the curbside wall to roof transition is a distinct 45-degree section, but from the exterior the awning sits in a notch - no angled area except at the very ends. Although we don't have under-construction photos for confirmation, it looks like Escape has made that corner a triangular box for strength. I can only guess that the panel is for access to mounting bolts and/or wiring.
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Looking at the open overhead storage shots, it doesn't give the appearance that the flatter sides made any difference in the space on drivers side. The passenger side appears to have less space with the awning intrusion than the current models. What was your take Laura or are you familiar enough with the existing overheads to be able to tell?
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