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Old 02-15-2020, 11:32 AM   #41
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Ya. I see the manual awning would be in the way of an access door there.
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Old 02-15-2020, 11:33 AM   #42
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What about in the back? Is there enough room for an access door and the manual awning?
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Old 02-15-2020, 09:59 PM   #43
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We have the escape installed hatch access in the passenger side of our 17. Not sure if that's what you mean but it doesn't interfere with the manual awning.
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Old 02-15-2020, 10:17 PM   #44
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We have the escape installed hatch access in the passenger side of our 17. Not sure if that's what you mean but it doesn't interfere with the manual awning.

Front or back? Got pix?
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Old 05-31-2020, 02:00 PM   #45
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Like many other Escape owners, we started with a Casita 17 SD. Camped many nights with our 80 pound dog. He finally learned to curl up by the front door to avoid be whacked by the bathroom door.

You donít say how old your children are but they will never get smaller. That being said, they might enjoy their own space in tent pitched next to your trailer when they get into their early teens.


The Escape 17 is cavernous compared to the Casita 17 owing to both a slightly wider body and the side bath in the Escape 17. All Casita Deluxe models come with a front bathrooms.


We now have the E19 2.0 and we think itís like the Tardis, bigger on the inside than on the outside. You probably canít go wrong with the E17 if the kids eventually move outside or the E19.


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Old 05-31-2020, 09:13 PM   #46
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Like many other Escape owners, we started with a Casita 17 SD. Camped many nights with our 80 pound dog. He finally learned to curl up by the front door to avoid be whacked by the bathroom door.

You donít say how old your children are but they will never get smaller. That being said, they might enjoy their own space in tent pitched next to your trailer when they get into their early teens.


The Escape 17 is cavernous compared to the Casita 17 owing to both a slightly wider body and the side bath in the Escape 17. All Casita Deluxe models come with a front bathrooms.


We now have the E19 2.0 and we think itís like the Tardis, bigger on the inside than on the outside. You probably canít go wrong with the E17 if the kids eventually move outside or the E19.


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No kidding Don, we just had our 19 delivered, sold the Casita SD 17 in April, I;m blown away by the roominess of the 19. No comparison! We had checked out a 17 a few years back down in Morro Bay, Cali, and I knew back then that Escape was in our future.

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