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Old 11-10-2007, 06:31 PM   #1
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I get this little RV magazine free from something I paid for, I'm sure, but nothing I subscribe to. When it came in the mail today, right there on the front was a 16 foot Casita (either a Freedom or Spriit) Decals indicate to me that it's a late 90's model.

I guess if it had been anyone here, they would have told us.

Sorry I don't have a scanner or I'd post the picture.
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Old 11-10-2007, 08:04 PM   #2
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Old 11-10-2007, 10:37 PM   #3
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Is there any information about the front cover on the inside front cover??? Usually there is! Something like John and Jane Smith visit Jellystone National Park...
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Old 11-11-2007, 09:16 AM   #4
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Is there any information about the front cover on the inside front cover??? Usually there is! Something like John and Jane Smith visit Jellystone National Park...
Thanks, Mike!

Donna, There wasn't anything (that I could find) that identified them specifically. The focus of the ariticle (quick read) seemed to be that previously, only campers no longer than 21'could enjoy the scenery. Now, for those that camp below, they have shuttles that carry them in.

...but us wee ones, still have the advantage.

I couldn't find anything anywhere else, either. If I find something I'll let you know.
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Old 11-11-2007, 09:35 AM   #5
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The thing that strikes me most about the photo is that it looks like that spot is sitting on something like a 5-10% grade. My initial impulse was to think that the camera was tilted - but the tree on the right IS vertical. Hope the brakes are working right!

Honestly - there's no way I believe the spot is as tilted as it looks. There's gotta be something wrong about that picture.
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The thing that strikes me most about the photo is that it looks like that spot is sitting on something like a 5-10% grade. My initial impulse was to think that the camera was tilted - but the tree on the right IS vertical. Hope the brakes are working right!

Honestly - there's no way I believe the spot is as tilted as it looks. There's gotta be something wrong about that picture.
Good observation.
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The thing that strikes me most about the photo is that it looks like that spot is sitting on something like a 5-10% grade. My initial impulse was to think that the camera was tilted - but the tree on the right IS vertical. Hope the brakes are working right!

Honestly - there's no way I believe the spot is as tilted as it looks. There's gotta be something wrong about that picture.
AAhh - --take a look at the trees in the background.... either the one in the front or the ones in the back are defying gravity... Larry
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