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  1. blackmtn
    09-10-2021 09:42 PM
    About length - IIRC, you own both a 16' and a 19' (or 20'?) In practice, have you found that the 16' allows you to reach places you otherwise wouldn't be able to get to? (e.g. particular rec sites? National Parks with very short combined lengths in the US such as Saguaro in AZ (only 35' combined supposedly).

    How do you find sleeping on the 48" wide bed? One thing I haven't liked about AS is the tendency for skinny beds - the Safari Condo F1743 has a full queen, and the 2114 has a queen and king! But the fit and finish is not what my wife would like.

    Why do you own a second one that isn't much longer than the 16'?

    If at all possible, could we come by to see them?

    PS - I'm finding this message system a bit awkward (I didn't find your message until last night, Sep 9), so if you are ok with it, could you email me at instead.

  2. blackmtn
    09-04-2021 10:55 PM
    Good evening! I came across you from a post in this thread about trailer length in national parks. I did a double-take when you mentioned New Denver and Wragge Beach, both of which we have been to (in tents only so far). We live in Nelson and are contemplating our first travel trailer, and are very enamoured with the Airstreams; however, we are having a heck of a time making up our mind on size! If you wouldn't mind answering a few questions, please let me know and I will send some along

  3. bikechuck
    Thanks, one thing that occurs to me is that even if I move to Wisconsin (which is a probability) there is no reason that I cannot drive the trailer South for winter storage and simply drive back home unhitched. I will be retiring next July so my time will be my own. That seems much better than storing the trailer outdoors and uncovered in a harsh winter environment.
  4. bikechuck
    Hi Len and Jane, thank you for your comment about storing your camper in a Utah RV park for the winter. It is an option that I never would have thought of. If it is not too personal of a question I would be interested in how much you need to pay per month to store your TT. Thanks again for your post.
  5. Woosch
    08-12-2012 10:13 AM
    Hi there- I wanted to thank you for the detailed information about our upcoming trip to southern Utah. I really appreciate you taking the time.

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    Creston Valley
    British Columbia
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    2005 16' International CCD
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    2015 19' Flying Cloud
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