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Old 09-01-2018, 09:00 PM   #15
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We just bought a foam roll at a local chain department store for about 20 bucks. My wife and I sleep with our heads towards the back, that way both can get up to do whatever while the other can stay put. Really comfy! Can sleep for way too long.

We simply don't use the dining table function as most times we eat outside.

But perhaps we will revisit that decision in the winter.

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Old 09-03-2018, 01:11 PM   #16
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What size is that? Queen?


Yes purchased thru amazon about a year or so ago. They had lots of colors to choose from too.
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Yes purchased thru amazon about a year or so ago. They had lots of colors to choose from too.
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We ended up buying a King size memory foam mattress (2inch) from Walmart then added 2 down filled bed toppers and it's finally comfortable to sleep on. I have some old injuries from younger days falling off bikes, skateboards and such and found the Basecamp mattress alone was not cutting it.


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My wife and I do the same thing. She actually sewed a tube shape cover with a full length zipper so we put it over the rolled mattress, then zip and strap so we can put it in the truck without it gathering any dirt on sheets.
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Found on amazon for about 100.00 many colors available. We have been very happy with it.

My wife and I do the same thing. She actually sewed a tube shape cover with a full length zipper so we put it over the rolled mattress, then zip and strap so we can put it in the truck without it gathering any dirt on sheets.
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