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  • Welcome Aboard!
    May 26
  • gbhaney
    We got a 2017 [email protected] 320 S last June, so we are just starting our second season. We camp with two 50-lb. Airedale Terriers who want to sleep in the camper with us, so we need to work them into the sleeping arrangements and bedding materials. We have two 2" twin-size ventilated foam toppers for comfort, two queen flat sheets (fitted won't work) and a queen lightweight quilt that we used in 2017. I got the twin toppers so we'd have them available  for when we might not want to make up the bed to be a queen and just sleep on the side cushions. In the morning if we don't want to leave the bed as it is for whatever reason, we roll up the toppers and sheets toward the back of the camper and brace them with the pillows to hold them in place. (We don't put that back seat rest up.) For aesthetics, we cover that "bed roll" with the folded quilt and then put the Lagun table back up and have the regular seating setup. This year I got two very lightweight fleece full-zip sleeping bags from LL Bean to use for side-bench twin sleeping or as a light cover instead of quilt. In May, we camped several nights in VA with day-time temps in the 90s and nights in mid-60s and having left quilt home, used opened up fleece bags as our cover when sleeping. It was perfect and easier than a quilt to wash the dog hair off when back at home. You will find that the less you have in terms of weight and bulk, the better!
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  • Dalehelman
    Becky do you have the name and contact information for the couple that sat across from you at the last breakfast. They sat at the end of the table next to Mary Kay.
    May 25
    • Homebodyatheart
      Homebodyatheart
      Dale, I don't but I'm pretty sure Mary passed out a list. Sorry! I'd love to see them again!
  • Tango
    Sorry I missed Lincoln Rock.  Met Carol n Rob at Steamboat Rock and learned about this forum.  Live on Whidbey Island with Tango my [email protected] and would like to participate in activities.  Port Townsend seems fully booked.  Any tips on signing up or getting on a cancellation list?
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    May 26
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    May 26
  • Chawhee11
    Hi, 
    I will offer you $280 for the awning if you are interested?

    Thanks,
    Christie
    May 26
    • jgram2
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      Thanks so much for your effort! You send a pm by tapping the addressee’s user name, THEN select the Message field to the right of their name which opens a 2nd narrative box. That’s where you type a Private Message. I’m thinking you started typing in the big narrative box which appears first, which posts your message on this Activity page which is public, but which is not reviewed by many members. The instructions are in the Help-Computer and System Category. I know this is not intuitive. Please consider trying again with a pm. Thanks again for your effort.
  • Jimtab, bill_1940, Lits2, KathyP, colonyroad and 2 others joined.
    Welcome Aboard!
    May 25
  • KathyP
    Your camper is just what I've been loking for. I live in the Brandon area. Can you tell me where your located?
    May 25
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    May 24
  • Spent the past 6 nights sleeping in the [email protected] while the wife is down watching the grandkids. Going out on our maiden camping trip tonight.  Glendale, KY.  She is setting up for a craft fair at Glendale Spring Festival.  I'm the manual labor for setting up her booth.
    May 18
  • hmaura52
    SW Florida near Cape Coral
    May 24
    • xscullyfile
      xscullyfile
      Does it come with trailer brakes or sway bar?
  • hmaura52
    I like a fridge with compressor, so it was chosen....they work so well no matter how hot it gets..
    May 24
  • jkjenn
    Hi there. I like the Thermarewt tent, a lot, but I don't use a tent. I don't spend a lot of time at the campsite when I travel, so a tent would not be worth the effort for me. I have honestly never missed it.
    May 23
  • kimlee333, Shakey, roady, natebrown, pquinlan and 7 others joined.
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    May 22
  • gooselady
    Hi Jenn,

    Wendy, here.  Ive finally been offered the thermarest tent that was for sale, however, I just took a trip and questioned my need for it.  I travel mostly solo, as you do.  What are your thoughts about the thermarest tent?  I could put the money into a generator, but I've not needed that either.  I travel light, just me and the dogs.
    May 23
  • Gearing up to make summer 2018 as epic as possible. First summer outing is Lawson's Landing near Dillon Beach/Bodega, CA. Crabbing, bodysurfing, and sleeping well with a movie every night. 
    May 22
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    May 21
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    May 22
  • tincanper
    We travel to Newfoundland every summer to visit relatives. Going from NJ N on 95 can be slow during the day. We leave home at night around 6.30-7pm and drive to Mass Turnpike Charlton Service Center. Hop in trailer and sleep to 6am and hit the road to beat the Boston rush hour. Once you get beyond Boston trafic eases considerably.
    May 22
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    May 21
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    May 21
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    May 20
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    May 19
  • LisaH
    Hi there! We showed up late last night and are trying to find you to check in. We went to your site earlier but no one was home. We are over in A 22. Please let me know when is a good time to meet up. Thanks! Lisa 
    May 19
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    May 18
  • Sjpd359, Adam_Hough, Yvette, JimTrish88, Gerry and 3 others joined.
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    May 16
  • gbhaney
    We were lucky to hit some sales on PahaQue items. But for our two dogs, we wouldn't have ordered the side tent. For campers with guests it is good, too. The XL visor provides some shade and was great for rain shelter over door. We got the camper with the vent cover already installed, but we looked into its removability as dealer included a cloth cover for camper and we didn't know if it would fit with vent cover in place. I'd say vent cover once installed stays on. Good news was that camper cover was roomy enough to cover the whole camper through the winter.
    May 17