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Old 09-16-2006, 09:47 AM   #15
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Mike, only too familiar with "footitis" after 30 years of boat owning. But, thankfully, the TV and the wallet are the limiting factors. Or....maybe I'll win the lottery !!!!!.....NOT!!

PS--Thanks to all who corrected my spelling of "passel"

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Old 09-16-2006, 09:54 AM   #16
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TIMEMACHINE, Foiled Again and moosetags speak well for what I've found. We've had ours just over a year now. Not everybody wants the front pano (we did) -- that's just an individual choice. We went with the stovetop and convection microwave installed underneath. This microwave will roast and toast -- much more than what a conventional microwave will do. (see ) IMO the kitchen would be too cramped if I had to add an aftermarket compact microwave anywhere.

This model works very well for us. Definitely get the LS package! wheel interested did dabble with a 25' FB SE briefly before switching to the 27' FB Classic. The latter has a bit more roomy kitchen & slightly larger curbside wardrobe -- but has a fore-and-aft queen bed! Our personal taste has been against the cramped 25' Safari queen installation. We got the twins and serendipitously received two additional very large exterior storage compartments! The twins definitely do have a drawback when it comes to ... you know ...

Trouble with longer models for me comes with fitting into the smaller state park & nat'l forest sites I like. The 25'11" FB fills the bill and is a great long-range cruiser for the two of us. It easily sleeps a third without lowering the dinette table.


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