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Old 08-05-2013, 10:55 AM   #1
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Someone Else can enjoy the soft ground. I'm sleeping in my bed.

Just joined the forum today, We had our Whitehawk 26dsrb built in January, Picked it up from Iowa in March, drove it down to Memphis for a week. We went around Lake Superior and did several other Minnesota and Iowa camping trips and have never been happier. 45 years in a tent were plenty, we were down to camping only 3 days a year, this year I think we came close to using up my husbands 5 weeks of vacation in the camper.

Without ever having had a travel trailer we did extensive research trying to name what was going to be most important to us, and what I'd be willing to help tow. We opted for this one because of the outside kitchen which we love, and we got the table with chairs which we also love. We have camped in all sorts of different situations and we are very happy with our choices.

The only thing that bothers me is that my husband requires me to use the vent fan when using the stove-top or oven, and it's extremely noisy so I prefer to leave it off. Other than that moving to the travel trailer world has been pretty darn awesome!

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Old 08-05-2013, 12:57 PM   #2
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Welcome to the JOF CorgiCamper! Our stove fan is also noisy, but if we don't use it, the smoke alarm goes off! That's louder than the fan LOL. Congrats on the new tt! Post pics when you can
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