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Old 12-02-2011, 07:32 PM   #15
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Gee...our 34' only sleeps 2...

The original layout on our '63 26' Overlander was twins midship with a full size sleeper sofa up front.

My pal has a '74 25' with the same layout.

The biggest drawback is the daily swap from sleepin area to dining area

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A honkin' long 34' named AlumaTherapy
and a 26' '63 Overlander, Dolly
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Old 12-03-2011, 04:28 AM   #16
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The issue for us seems to be getting up in the morning. We go to bed at the same time but awake at different times. When we had an 18' SOB it was an issue even though the trailer was big enough for us. Now we have a 28' which will sleep 4 without having to give up the dinette. And I don't have to worry about every sound I make in the morning disturbing the wife. Don't let the extra length worry you. Its easy to tow and no more work to set up.

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Old 12-03-2011, 06:54 AM   #17
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look at the layout to make sure you have adequate storage.with kids even as they get older they still want to travel with us,and want to sleep in the coach.the 31 layout will accomadate everybody quite comfortably,but you need a larger tow vehicle for the weight.also for two people when the kids dont go with us i and dw think it is the perfect size.we traded up from a 28 safari 5 yrs ago.

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