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Old 04-19-2012, 03:04 AM   #15
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Eric -

We haven't been there yet (other than checking out the outside, as you have done), but we definitely plan to do so soon. From what I understand, the folks that run the place are terrific!

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Old 04-22-2012, 08:22 AM   #16
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I'm typing this from a little RV park in the California Gold country. Enjoying sitting in the back of my 27FB International with the TV volume turned down while the wife and dog sleep in the front.

We love our International, after kicking tires on various models the International interior kocked our socks off and for a couple of old retired folks we wanted the extra room in the 27'. Traded in a 19.5' van conversion so we're still luxuriating in the extra room and "real" shower and bathroom.

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Old 04-22-2012, 10:15 AM   #17
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Dogs and Airstreams

Congratulations Chris and Priscilla!
You'll really enjoy your new Airstream. We love the International interiors as well. We have a 23D. It's a different layout than yours, but we find it more than spacious enough for 2 adults and 2 dogs. Camping and dogs go together. When we start packing the trailer, they get so happy that we have to put them in the vehicle with the hatch open to watch. I don't know what goes through those little brains! As if we'd leave them home with a bowl full of kibble and puddle pads on the floor!

On one very miserable rainy day, we had 5 adults and 4 dogs (2 big, 2 little) in there for an afternoon of movies. It was very comfortable.

Here are pics of our two on the day we brought the Airstream home. They settled right in immediately!
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