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Old 01-30-2016, 07:27 PM   #31
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Old 01-30-2016, 07:35 PM   #33
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Beautiful Dan. Looks like the kiddos are enjoying themselves. Makes it all worth it!
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Old 01-31-2016, 08:11 AM   #34
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Glad to hear you are enjoying the first camping trip. Looks beautiful and like y'all are having a great time! My husband's grandfather lives with us (more like a father/son relationship) so we always have him with us when we camp. That is why we chose that model. Needed a space for him to have some privacy. So that makes it nice when your in-laws tag along. I am an early riser so it is so nice to be able to get up and have my coffee without disturbing anyone. Since my husband works midnights the black out shades are really great. Sometimes we fish tournaments within an hour of his job so he can actually work some of the nights and come back and sleep in a dark room. Glad to hear the grill works that way - my husband mentioned trying that next time we go so I will tell him it worked well. Sorry to hear about your awning issue but hopefully it is minor. We actually had to make a very narrow turn recently and even taking the front of the truck off the opposite side of the road to make it we still clipped a stop sign. He was going slow so no damage but I think a few choice words escaped my mouth before I knew it - It was a little scary. Thought the back end of the camper was going to end up in a deep ditch!

Happy camping - y'all picked a great weekend. Looking forward to our next trip now after seeing your pics!
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Thanks Robin!

I think, all in all, the 1st trip was a success. Found some things out that I'll have to have the dealership fix.

And the best part about the ending of this journey...I didn't hit anything when I put her in storage!

Thanks again for everyone's help and input! I'd be lost without the JOF!
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