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Marry 07-07-2016 01:13 PM

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Originally Posted by KarenH (Post 150593)
The OP has already given this some thought and really just wants a picture of a double sink. Why is everyone trying to talk him out of it? It's interesting to me that everyone touts how Escape trailers can be customized to one's personal style but then so many folks strongly suggest that any deviation from their own seemingly logical decision(s) indicates a lack of understanding of systems or camping. :(

All interior designers:-[. At least every one is happy with their own trailer :smitten:.

Rossue 07-07-2016 01:20 PM

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Originally Posted by James Gang (Post 150505)
In my two previous travel trailers I had double bowl sinks and as far as counter space goes, even with a double sink the Escape appears to have more of that space than the owned trailers. Plus I can get the counter extension. I really would like to see a picture of one in a 21.

You say you saw a double sink in a 5.0; you probably meant a 5.0TA. I remember that too and that shows you what it would look like in a 21 as they are identical from the door back on the curbside of the trailer.

Patandlinda 07-07-2016 01:21 PM

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Originally Posted by Patandlinda (Post 150578)
Our 2 previous RV's had double sinks . The last was a 9 1/2 camper . At first it was hard to get use to single sink now it is fine . Unless we have hookups we have to be careful with our water use anyway . The camper had 35 gal fresh . We have 20 gal . I think you will have 28 gal . Also if you aren't hook upped your gray will fill really fast . Outside shower can help with that . Pat

Yes it does seem others try to talk you out of what you would like . I guess I should of said go for it , Have had that, and miss it . I try to sit on my hands now and really don't say everything . I have been on his end and now am trying to ride the middle . Every once in a while I can't contain myself . You know what We miss the double sink ,and I would go for it , being we liked them before ,having had them . Pat:thumb:

padlin 07-07-2016 01:26 PM

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Here you go, the 5.0TA is the same as the 21 as far as the counter area is concerned. We have also have the counter extension that we use for doing dishes and whenever we are cooking outside, which is all the time. Between the extension and the sink cover/s, we have all the counter space we need. The double bowl sink was the right choice for us.

What we could do without, is the 3 burner stove top, 2 would have been sufficient.

Patandlinda 07-07-2016 01:29 PM

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Originally Posted by padlin (Post 150600)
Here you go, the 5.0TA is the same as the 21 as far as the counter area is concerned. We have also have the counter extension that we use for doing dishes and whenever we are cooking outside, which is all the time. Between the extension and the sink cover/s, we have all the counter space we need. The double bowl sink was the right choice for us.

What we could do without, is the 3 burner stove top, 2 would have been sufficient.

Now I am jealous ! Pat

Marry 07-07-2016 01:33 PM

The install of a 90 degree turned two burner stove will leave you with quite some extra counter space beside the double sink.

James Gang 07-07-2016 02:25 PM

I was thinking about something like this: http://www.rvandvansurplus.com/eshop...ts/SSD2519.jpghttp://www.rvandvansurplus.com/eshop...ts/SSD2519.jpg

Jim Bennett 07-07-2016 02:36 PM

That doesn't look too big, and if you made a cutting board for the large bowl, having access to the small bowl would give good prep area.

Patandlinda 07-07-2016 03:14 PM

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Originally Posted by James Gang (Post 150620)

Love it !Pat

Patandlinda 07-07-2016 03:16 PM

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Originally Posted by Patandlinda (Post 150629)
Love it !Pat

Also saw your facet sits on top solves a problem too . Pat


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