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Old 10-06-2015, 11:30 AM   #11
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Originally Posted by gypsmjim View Post
I found this to be a funny thread. We have had an oldie for 27 years now, and always relied on a single propane light. The foolish thing would get dimmer and dimmer and needed to have the orifice cleaned at least twice per year.

Our new SLX 195 has EIGHT LED lights. My wife can now do her knitting while we watch TV in the evening. And when we come in after the campfire, I can merely flip a switch and the whole inside of the trailer is illuminated.

Love these newfangled gadgets...
You know there is a flush toilet in the other room too! No more night trips to the woods. LOL

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Old 10-06-2015, 09:23 PM   #12
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I hate LED lighting. I bought a life time supply of 100 and 60 watt bulbs for my stick house before they were outlawed. Like 4 for a dollar. I also have several dimmers that are hooked into the lamps in my stick house and in my TT. Almost every light in my house to include the kitchen and bathrooms are on dimmers.

I also dislike the brightness of overhead lighting in the TT and have several smaller lights for reading in the bedroom and main living area also on dimmers.

No LED lights for me!

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Old 10-07-2015, 08:57 AM   #13
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Originally Posted by norty1 View Post
You know there is a flush toilet in the other room too! No more night trips to the woods. LOL
NOOOO. We converted the toilet seat to a shelf and that's where we store our duffle bags.

We boondock - the trailer is permanently set up. No where to dump the stuff and water is in limited supply. The bushes have worked all these years...

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