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Old 02-05-2008, 03:27 PM   #15
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Originally Posted by sinjin

Thanks for the invite to the rally's. We might be able to make the Branson one. Depends on Mrsin who is out of town till possibly May. We do want to go to a couple of rally's before we buy our airstream. Is it ok to go with our little pop-up?

We won't be able to make it to the one in June, our son is getting his degree at UCSB that weekend, yeah!!!!

Thanks for all the welcomes people. I love camping and campers.
The Branson Rally luckly is biannual so it is in Apr and Oct. Dont worry about having an AS as of yet people came without them last Oct and stayed at the Lodge. If you dont want to stay in the lodge bring the pop up and you can roam the other trailers on the tour day witch is sat after lunch. You may just get a better idea of what you want then. Hope to see you there!


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Old 02-05-2008, 03:30 PM   #16
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Originally Posted by sinjin
Aloha all;

I really like the Ocean Breeze 25' model except for the dinette. We would never eat or sit at the dinette, ever! So it's just wasted space as far as we are concerned.

Is there a model without a dinette with an island style queen bed? That would be my perfect layout.

Actually after having trailers with dinettes, our first Airstream, a 27' Safari had none. It had the fold down table instead. After a couple of years we really knew that we missed the dinette. For us it's not only a place to eat but it's a spot to fold out maps on, work on projects, or just a nice place to put your elbows on. I guess it's what you get used to and if you've not had a permanent dinette before, I can understand how you could go without.

These trailers cost too much money new, to make a mistake in what you think you would like.


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Old 02-06-2008, 04:40 AM   #17
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Thanks for all the replys and suggestions. We will be looking around doing a lot of research and sitting in campers before we buy, hopefully. We have noticed a recent tendency to be rather impulsive in our old age.

In other news we just picked up our new TV yesterday. A Silverado 2500hd W00t! I can't wait for summer.
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Old 02-07-2008, 04:36 PM   #18
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Originally Posted by salvarez
Perhaps you could just keep the dinette down in the sleeping position, get a load of cushy pillows and have a great big comfy, hanging space. We laid ours out like that for the superbowl and really loved it. Over time, you may come to appreciate the versitility.
DOH! it too me forever to figure out what you meant by this. Now that I have figured it out it and seen some pictures it sounds perfect. So now it's between the 25fb and the 27fb! Thanks for showing me another way to look at the whole dinette thing.

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