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Old 04-27-2007, 05:37 AM   #15
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We have some, too.. and we never use them. But they're too cool to part with! Ours are VERY vintage.

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Yes they are...have no idea what to do with them...will not be using them at all.


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Old 04-29-2007, 10:06 PM   #16
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I woke-up this morning after pondering my bed size quandry last night. As I stretched diagonally across my queen size bed, I realized how often I do this. This caused me to realize that I need a queen size bed in my Airstream also. Thanks for all of the replies. I have given them all consideration. I was unaware of the Sleep Number matress as posted in the replies. I've had some rave reviews from others who use one and am considering one for this project. Thanks Again!!
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Speaking of sleeping quarters...We are researching the airstream bambi and wondered about how soundproof these are? Can you share the outside noise level. We just stayed at a hotel this weekend and the rooms are paper thin these days. Not at all quiet to sleep in which has us thinking about travel trailers and especially the airstream.
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Old 04-30-2007, 04:40 PM   #18
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Mouse fur (fabric wall liner) and extra fabric on the windows goes a long way to help insulate for sound as well as temperatures. But a subwoofer really rocks on the bare skin interiors.


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