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Old 03-29-2015, 09:34 PM   #141
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Thank you for sharing your trip. Your trailer is beautiful! Just think of all the new memories you will make together. Enjoy and safe travels!!!
Thank you so much! Escape forum members are just wonderful folks.
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Old 03-29-2015, 09:35 PM   #142
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I can wait but am trying to get the build sheet in fairly soon and I don't want to make to many mistakes. So ahead of time I am asking for mercy from the readers here if I ask dumb questions. But I guess the best solution is if in doubt, order it and deal with the budget later. I sure have been enjoying Robert's trip report and thank him for sharing. Loren
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Old 03-29-2015, 09:36 PM   #143
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So jealous I want my trailer now!!!
Been there, done that, for 9 months. It will happen sooner than you know it.
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Old 03-29-2015, 09:40 PM   #144
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Robert, did use have to use any adapter to use your Escape propane for your grill. I thought there were pressure differences to be aware of? Really enjoying your blog. Our turn is coming in about 8 weeks. Gotta get through this tax season first!
Dickinson sells a low pressure regulator to replace the high pressure regulator that comes standard with the grill. Swapping them out was easy with a crescent wrench and a bit of Teflon tape. The low pressure hose supplied by Escape has a male QC fitting on one end and a female flare fitting on the other. I just connected the hose to the grill side and am leaving it connected until I get home and pick up a flare to QC fitting. Even the cover fits with the hose coiled up on top of the grill. Setting up the grill is simply a matter of using the Quick Connect on the trailer and turning the gas on.
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I think this is the one we may go with.

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I think this is the one we may go with.

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That's a fine stove, Headhunter, but don't get it confused with a grill, which is what I posted pictures of.
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Yes I see that, this one would be used with a frying pan or other pots and pans. It will serve double duty with camping and the hunting I do a lot of.
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There's also a griddle that can be placed over the burners to create a grill like cook surface.
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Off to Twin Falls in the morning, then on to northern Utah to pick up my dad before heading to Bryce. I guess the days of "just the two of us" privacy are soon to be over, but looking forward to camping with dad. Haven't done that since 1975 in our old Aristocrat.
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Looks like a great trip! We have enjoyed your adventure and can't wait to start ours!
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