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Old 04-18-2018, 09:48 PM   #21
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We all would be sitting on our outhouse, looking outside through a heart shape...
Now there's an option right there. A heart shape or a crescent moon in the door. Then there's the door, open, closed or no door at all. Then there's the size option a one holer, two holer, or three holer. And catalogs, not as thick as Sears Roebuck or Monkey Wards, but more variety, but those damn slick pages. America and Canada where form follows function and necessity is the mother of invention. What was the education triangle as it related to photogrammetry and photo interpretation?
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Old 04-18-2018, 09:49 PM   #22
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I think if there was a choice of maybe grays instead of browns we maybe would of picked that theme and could of just added colors. Pat
Like red or rose wines. Ruby port works too.
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Old 04-18-2018, 09:56 PM   #23
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Like red or rose wines. Ruby port works too.
Actually not much of a drinker or like reds for our color schemes . Prefer calmer colors . Gray's , blue's , greens . Pat
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Like red or rose wines. Ruby port works too.
Belgian White goes with a lot of things, then there is nut brown ale, Killians red has mostly fallen out of favor.
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Old 04-18-2018, 10:57 PM   #25
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Belgian White goes with a lot of things, then there is nut brown ale, Killians red has mostly fallen out of favor.
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Hi: Iowa Dave... Pale Ale is faster, as it doesn't have to slow down to change colour!!! Thankfully we are able to tow our own "Privy". Alf
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All of this outhouse talk reminded me of this....
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Jim, haven't haven't had a belly laugh for awhile, thanks.
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Raise your hand if you’ve ever cut a new seatboard for an outhouse after elk hunters
left the door open and porcupines chewed up the rim on the original. Splinters bad, 240
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Raise your hand if you’ve ever cut a new seatboard for an outhouse after elk hunters
left the door open and porcupines chewed up the rim on the original. Splinters bad, 240
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Ouch....
At least it wasn't porcupine needles...
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Old 04-19-2018, 11:12 AM   #31
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Getting back to the topic:
The Escape trailers are very competitive in price for fibreglass trailers. Which makes them affordable for the less fortunate. When ETI incorporates more expensive interior, they have to upt the standard price. Which will make the Escape not affordable for some.
By keeping the price of the Escape feasible, more people can afford then when price is high(er).
Costumers that want more fancy, and willing to pay, can opt their Escape by adding.
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Old 04-19-2018, 12:07 PM   #32
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i love that we can tour Escapes and many are so different from each other. its fun.
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Old 04-19-2018, 12:53 PM   #33
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Porky came back and opted to dine on my handi talkie antenna coax. The Challenger spoke and it sent lead and smoke and 17 inches of flame. No apologies
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Old 04-19-2018, 12:59 PM   #34
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Getting back to the topic:
The Escape trailers are very competitive in price for fibreglass trailers. Which makes them affordable for the less fortunate. When ETI incorporates more expensive interior, they have to upt the standard price. Which will make the Escape not affordable for some.
By keeping the price of the Escape feasible, more people can afford then when price is high(er).
Costumers that want more fancy, and willing to pay, can opt their Escape by adding.
Marry no one is talking about fancy upgrades . But for goodness sake how about a different choice in fabric color or flooring ? The one they are using for standard is old and tired . Pat
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Marry no one is talking about fancy upgrades . But for goodness sake how about a different choice in fabric color or flooring ? The one they are using for standard is old and tired . Pat
What's wrong with the option they're currently giving us... like our own upholstery choice, Formica choices and flooring? IF we didn't have these options, I'd agree time for a change, but they do.

It wouldn't have mattered to me WHAT the choice was, I knew absolutely what I wanted. So any change wasn't going to affect me.
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Marry no one is talking about fancy upgrades . But for goodness sake how about a different choice in fabric color or flooring ? The one they are using for standard is old and tired . Pat
And, if you don't like that either?
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What's wrong with the option they're currently giving us... like our own upholstery choice, Formica choices and flooring? IF we didn't have these options, I'd agree time for a change, but they do.

It wouldn't have mattered to me WHAT the choice was, I knew absolutely what I wanted. So any change wasn't going to affect me.
Tired of trying to explain . Last try ,most manufacturers offer 3-4 different color schemes . Pat
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It would be a relatively simple matter for ETI to give customers a choice of a few options relative to color palettes for floor, counter tops, and upholstery fabric. Choose A, B, C, or D on your build sheet.
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Tired of trying to explain . Last try ,most manufacturers offer 3-4 different color schemes . Pat
Yes, but as far as I can tell, only Escape gives you the option to have ANY fabric you want, rather than the few choices the manufacturer decides you can have (without paying a whole bunch more AFTER purchase).
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Tired of trying to explain . Last try ,most manufacturers offer 3-4 different color schemes . Pat
Would I like those
Love my orange cushions, my grey floor, my green countertop!
Which company would give me those options.....?
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