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Old 08-17-2018, 12:08 PM   #1
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Who needs air in AZ

We are 100 miles from home for 4 days, it is 10a.m., 78* f and at 5300' There are only 4 other RV's here with very nice facilities, not bad for the middle of August.
Bisbee, AZ
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Old 08-17-2018, 12:17 PM   #2
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Old 08-17-2018, 01:02 PM   #3
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Wish I was there soaking up the atmosphere.
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Old 08-27-2018, 11:08 PM   #4
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Howdy Jack, how you liking the new 17? Best to you and Nancy.

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Dangit Jack, you done flung a camping craving on me.
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Look at that blue sky!

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Old 08-28-2018, 11:14 AM   #7
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The 17

We are adapting quite well. As Glen stated we do have to use the passing area, also known as the entrance. It is really just a short 19, we have a three person dinette that has a table for two. We had Reace & Co. narrow the wardrobe by 6" and lengthen the pass side bench by 6". The Tele is only 13", but at that distance it's fine.
We did enjoy Bisbee, great weather and fun town. Now we are planning on Prescott next week. Just about 200 miles and another town we like, we thought about living there in 1975 and again in 1993, Tucson either won or lost in '93 so we are still here.
We have used the new awning a lot of times and do like it. If it looks like rain we do pull it in 1/2 way and if the wind picks up it rolls it self up like magic. The single step is Ok as the trailer is a little lower. The new tires from Escape make me more comfortable with the single axle, but I still have pressure/temp monitors.
I guess we'll keep it for at the usual 3 years.
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We are adapting quite well. As Glen stated we do have to use the passing area, also known as the entrance. It is really just a short 19, we have a three person dinette that has a table for two. We had Reace & Co. narrow the wardrobe by 6" and lengthen the pass side bench by 6". The Tele is only 13", but at that distance it's fine.
We did enjoy Bisbee, great weather and fun town. Now we are planning on Prescott next week. Just about 200 miles and another town we like, we thought about living there in 1975 and again in 1993, Tucson either won or lost in '93 so we are still here.
We have used the new awning a lot of times and do like it. If it looks like rain we do pull it in 1/2 way and if the wind picks up it rolls it self up like magic. The single step is Ok as the trailer is a little lower. The new tires from Escape make me more comfortable with the single axle, but I still have pressure/temp monitors.
I guess we'll keep it for at the usual 3 years.
Jack
So glad to see you both back on the trail, so to speak.

best to you both

John and Lil Camper. (who isn't so little anymore!)
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