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Old 10-08-2009, 07:06 PM   #61
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Wow Carol! What do you have your eye on?
I think I would like to have a back bedroom, couch and credenza, and a bit more room. We have spent a lot of time away from home this year, and I think a different floorplan would suit us better. Who knew the family would grow in our old age and we'd have a trailer full of critters!
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Old 10-22-2009, 07:08 AM   #62
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I would suggest that you try out all facets of the trailer before you buy. The only downfall to our 27' FB has been the toilet room. Not really enough space to take care of business in there privately. I had to remove the Aria Classic toilet because of this and replace it with the SeaLand short bowl. I refuse to have a trailer that I spent this much on have a plastic throne. Another issue is the front storage compartment door. The actual exterior body panel has developed stress tears in it at each lower corner. The trailer is at the shop getting repairs right now.
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Old 10-27-2009, 09:53 AM   #63
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Who knew the family would grow in our old age and we'd have a trailer full of critters!
For now we took the 27' off the market. Here is what I was talking about. We do tend to "overlap." However the 27' is a good size without being too long for maneuvering with a good amount of storage and center queen. Actually after looking back at the pictures perhaps I should just get the PanAmerican and make it a traveling zoo. Did I mention, I like the care of ultraleather with animal hair?!
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I toyed with the idea of the 27' FB but settled on the 25' instead. The 27' did have a lot more storage than the 25' but I really like the size of the 25'
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Carol, you need a seperate trailer just for your extended family.
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Old 11-29-2009, 10:42 AM   #66
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Hey Gayle, hey Joe!

We just had Thanksgiving in the Airstream. Seating was limited.
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