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Old 10-08-2007, 07:58 PM   #29
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Hi Ramblin Rose
What a small world! Tiburon!
Welcome to the forums....this is a great source of info.
We are loving our new trailer
We just got back from the Petaluma KOA...just 40 min away...30 for you.
There is so much storage, the bed is great, the bathroom is great...etc...
Where do you keep your Airstream? What's your tv?
Where did you buy your old and new trailer?

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Old 10-09-2007, 11:06 AM   #30
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We bought the old and new from East Bay RV, who were actually pretty good to us on the trade in. We upgraded the TV to the (I think) 19 inch, and got the king dome on the roof for satellite. We have not bee able to use it yet, but are hopeful that the weather is good next weekend and we can head to the coast in it. We keep it up in Sonoma...

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Old 10-09-2007, 11:21 AM   #31
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Napa Sea Ranch...

Originally Posted by ramblin rose
We keep it up in Sonoma...
Before we moved from Lucas Valley, we kept our trailer at Napa Sea Ranch. Great rate...for our 25-footer we paid only $35/month. The added benefit was that we could say that we "had a place in Napa."
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Old 10-09-2007, 12:07 PM   #32
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The twin beds are 3 inches longer if your tall and wider by a couple inches if you compare the split in two queen to the have more room in the twin beds. The twin beds also, as others have stated has more storage space..but the thing I like about the twins is it makes for a bigger walk space and makes it seem like a bigger trailer....and you'r not climbing over things or someone. The twins are just easier on us old folks....minus the cuddle factor of course.
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Old 10-09-2007, 12:11 PM   #33
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I forgot one thing...HERE in Washington state some of the STATE and Federal camp grounds limit the lenght to 25 feet.

Also,,,,Ya a 27 is two foot longer....but it won't make much difference going down the road as the weight is not much different....just two more feet behind ya when your backing up...or??? The F-250 will pill it fine. You are way under the 80% rule. The 250 is designed to pull up to 12,500# tailer.
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Old 10-09-2007, 12:28 PM   #34
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Another thing that strikes me with the 25 vs 27. It sure seems like a lot of extra money for a bigger closet and panty??? But ...if money is not an object?????

AND......I dont' like the PW in the bedroom. NO privacy and its colder with all that glass....matter of fact.....speaking of insulation and money too....I think the SE is very appealling...but was told by a dealer that it does have a slight insulation penalty because is does not have the padded cieling and walls? But then I am a cold weather camper...??? JUST my thoughts.

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