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Old 04-13-2015, 02:09 AM   #11
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When I'm in Stockton I stay at Riverpoint Landing Marina and it sounds like it's the same place you go. I can fish right from the back of the TT and the rest rooms are clean and nice showers. It's gated and in a very upscale part of town.
Riverpoint Landing Marina it is! All of your points are true, and also great for walking the dog and their Wi-Fi is very strong. LOVE watching the occasional container barges silently drift past.
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Old 04-13-2015, 01:38 PM   #12
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... Normally we keep the clothes in the pantry but it was full of food...
Help me understand this a bit. I am looking for a clothes solution for our 184BH and I hadn't considered using the pantry.

Can you elaborate on where and how are you storing food if not in the pantry?
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We dont usually take food. If we do its usually chips cookies,and sodas to snack on. What we usually take fits in the fridge or the cubbies hole behind the couch.
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