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Old 03-29-2012, 08:01 AM   #1
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first trip sucess 184 BH

our first trip with our new 184 went well. only 1 small issue. we were travelling with the table in its normal upright position and on the way home it fell over,and banged into the fridge. no real damage just a littlle scratch. not sure if the legs werent locked or not, but from now on i will store the table across the cushions side to side. second day , rain all day plus 30mile winds, i rolled up awning, not sure how much wind it could take, some around us did as well but a couple of others left them out, i could use advise on this issue. hadnt played a boardgame in years but wife and i weatherd the storm with monopoly and adeck of cards, was also nice to just sit and talk, with storm blowing outside, and watch the tent campers tie and retie their tents and tarps. was concerned about small blackwater size, 9 gal, but no problem on this trip. would suggest using campground facilities when you can to keep from filling up too quickley. we tow with a 2001 ford f 150 6 cyl auto trans, and had no trouble at all pulling this tt. oh yeah, we found the cupboards to be very dark insige making it hard to see without a flashlight, will be installing come kind off touchlite in the cupboards. nice talking to you, our next trip in 2 weeks.

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Old 03-29-2012, 08:23 AM   #2
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Sounds like a great time, thanks for all the added information, we still have over a month and a half to wait for our first trip.

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Old 03-30-2012, 12:30 AM   #3
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A lot of things like the table issue we learn through experience. It sounds like a good time was had inspite of the small "accident".
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