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Old 03-22-2011, 09:00 AM   #15
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That is a VERY NICE looking trailer! Use it in good health and fun times for the whole family!

Make sure to post LOTS of pictures so Airstream can see a family using it and maybe they'll be motivated to produce them again......
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Old 03-22-2011, 09:00 AM   #16
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Nice photos. I'm not familiar with the bunkhouse layout. Can you post some photos of the sleeping areas?
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Old 03-22-2011, 10:17 AM   #17
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That trailer behind yours it looks really nice, then again that's mine. TavnAsh is my brother and sister-and-law and are at my house right now helping pack up my house in preparation to sell it and move full time into my 2009 27FB Ocean Breeze I got a couple of days ago.

The interior lay out of their bunkhouse is great and it's going to be a wonderful trailer for a family. The bunks are perfect for kids/early teens and really allows a family of 4-5 a great trailer to travel with.

You'll be seeing TavnAsh and myself at a lot of upcoming Florida Airstream rallies. I'll post pictures of my 27FB Ocean Breeze very soon.
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Old 03-22-2011, 10:26 AM   #18
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That trailer behind yours it looks really nice, then again that's mine. TavnAsh is my brother and sister-and-law and are at my house right now helping pack up my house in preparation to sell it and move full time into my 2009 27FB Ocean Breeze I got a couple of days ago.

The interior lay out of their bunkhouse is great and it's going to be a wonderful trailer for a family. The bunks are perfect for kids/early teens and really allows a family of 4-5 a great trailer to travel with.

You'll be seeing TavnAsh and myself at a lot of upcoming Florida Airstream rallies. I'll post pictures of my 27FB Ocean Breeze very soon.
Welcome to the entire family!
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Welcome TavnAsh and FLMarine! Congratulations on both your purchases -- terrific trailers! I hope you have many great years of camping together.
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Old 03-25-2011, 02:47 PM   #20
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I just had the pleasure of meeting travnash. What a great couple. I am sure we will be seeing them again.
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Old 03-26-2011, 06:56 AM   #21
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Thanks everyone! We have had blast so far, we are currently at Ft. Wilderness but are leaving today to head home for "deep cleaning".

Can't wait to get back out on the road and meet some more of you guys, it was fun getting to meet ck21084, great guy and beautiful trailer!
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Ahhhh....wish I were at Fort Wilderness!!
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Old 03-26-2011, 08:24 AM   #23
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Good for you two! We looked at a similar AS for a while, and Linda finally settled on our old '99 Excella. Having more room for overnighters can lead to lots of fun coming down the road. Glad to see a couple with the same high level of excitement we have.
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Old 03-26-2011, 10:34 AM   #24
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TavnAsh,

I thought that unit looked familiar, I looked at it when I was on my search. Nice untitled '05 I thought someone would find it sooner or later that wanted a bunk setup. Mary, Don and Chuck can help you and be a real source of service and info.

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Old 03-26-2011, 02:29 PM   #25
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What a beautiful trailer, and you are a lovely couple, too.

When your feet are back on the ground, I would love to see more shots of the interior. I saw one advertised yesterday, but am still unclear on how the "two bedroom" thing happens. I know it's hard to show interior details if you don't have a good wide-angle function on your camera, but any more shots will be appreciated.

And I agree, it's strange that AS doesn't make units with more sleep area. They seem to want to focus on more living-room space, even in units like the 34-footers. We like to have our family visit, but it's a real pain having more than just us two sleep over in the TT.

See you "down the road"!
I agree with the cute couple, well maybe the one in pink anyway, LOL

I would like to see some interior pix's. My 28ft Argosy is gutted at the moment. The weather here in WI should change in a few weeks so I can start working on it again.

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What a beautiful trailer, and you are a lovely couple, too.

When your feet are back on the ground, I would love to see more shots of the interior. I saw one advertised yesterday, but am still unclear on how the "two bedroom" thing happens. I know it's hard to show interior details if you don't have a good wide-angle function on your camera, but any more shots will be appreciated.

And I agree, it's strange that AS doesn't make units with more sleep area. They seem to want to focus on more living-room space, even in units like the 34-footers. We like to have our family visit, but it's a real pain having more than just us two sleep over in the TT.

See you "down the road"!
We've found it's not about the number of bed, it's the number of bathrooms (grin).

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