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Old 08-14-2010, 01:14 PM   #1
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Just a few more pics inside the Jayco 31.5 RLDS EAGLE .
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Old 08-14-2010, 02:29 PM   #2
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LOL-- you have a fireplace in your trailer? That's so cool-- you don't even have to go outside to make a camp fire.
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Wow, a cozy fireplace! Now that is kewl! Hard to believe it's really a 5'er.
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Fantastic!!!
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It seems that fire places are very popular here lately. They are electric, or at least the ones Ive seen are. In my opinion they add a very nice touch to the living area. I like them !!

Great Photos hammer .... thanks for sharing !
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I like them too-- but I also like to tease a little.
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I like them too-- but I also like to tease a little.
I agree JP .... alittle tease is a good thing amoungst friends. The fire-place in an RV is alittle over the top, but ain't that what it's all about ???

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A very comfortable rig for the autumn nights.
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Nice Camper

It's funny, when I tent camped I always looked at popups and thought, that would be enough for me. Then we got the popup and I liked the hybrids. Now we have the hybrid and I look at travel trailers and 5th wheels and think how great that would be. By the time I get to the larger trailer my now young family will be older and I probably won't need all of the room...not that it will stop me from having it though.
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Redwings fan As big as our new 5er is it is really only made for two people. It seems the bigger they are the less room they have for people to sleep. This works for us as our son is old enough now he does'nt want to go with mom and dad any more. It's not cool to be with your parents. YAAAAAHHHHHH!!
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