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Old 05-14-2003, 06:20 AM   #15
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We have the gaucho in ours. It has the dinette table that pulls out in front of it, which can be small or large. We usually leave it in the small position.

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Old 05-14-2003, 07:19 AM   #16
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We have the Gaucho/Crednza table combo. We like the flexability.

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Old 06-26-2003, 09:40 AM   #17
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Hello Robertandjenny I too prefer the dinette instead of the couch.
I removed the couch in my 74 Argosy 26 footer and placed a removable table with two benches as we like to sit and drink coffee at the table while looking out the windows.

It works fine for us. I attached a table support to the front below the window which is the type that has two parts which you lift the table and it pulls out. My table also has the single fold up leg so we can remove it to place in an air matress if needed for company to sleep on. Our trailer has the full pull out ben in the center of the trailer. Hope this helps
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We opted for the Safari 6 Sleeper because of it having both a dinette and a couch. This floorplan provides 3 areas for the various members of our small tribe to hang out when we get stuck with bad weather on a camping trip. And it really works well for sleeping the 4 of us since each kid get her own bed!

We really like the space efficiency of the 25 foot Safari. It proved to be even spacious enough for us to host a birthday/slumber party for 6 eleven-year-olds at the fairground here in Calistoga. . . 2 of the kids elected to sleep on the floor. Mom and Dad were banished to sleep on an air mattress in the back of the Caprice Wagon; I don't think we'll do that again, though.

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Try to eat that on the Gaucho...

I prefer Dinette because , try to eat that on the gaucho...
On the dinette, it's the paradise on earth... humm.

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