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Old 01-03-2007, 03:44 PM   #71
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Roberto,

I have totally changed much of the inside of my Casita. It is no longer typical.


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Looking from the back towards the front.
This is a view of the street side where the kitchen is.


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This is a view from the kitchen area toward the rear curb side.
We have modified our Casita to Twin beds.
The cushions expand toward the center to make up as beds.
We can seat 6 adults easily for dinner.
(8 adults is doable but crowded.)

Warm Regards, Mike
Mike, the your customization is very good...
Is the your cooker in fiberglass steel? is very shines!
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Old 01-03-2007, 06:00 PM   #72
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Mike, the your customization is very good...
Is the your cooker in fiberglass steel? is very shines!
The kitchen cabinet is made of Fiberglass. We replaced the faucet over the sink with a tall one so that we could place larger pans under it.

There is a 2 burner stove top on the far end.

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Old 01-03-2007, 07:12 PM   #73
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Thank you for sharing the link to the pictures of your big campout, Roberto!

One question...

are you the prince of the Vino?

Almost every pic of you has a bottle..

I am coming to YOUR rallys!
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Old 01-03-2007, 07:42 PM   #74
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Should some of Roger H's trailer photos be put into the albums section?Some great shots there.
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Old 01-03-2007, 08:04 PM   #75
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Hi dear friends
This is some pictures of the new years's day meeting!

the my caravan

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I and Susy

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I and the bottle of wine

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in this link there are many other pictures...
http://epocaravan.forumfree.net/?t=12407790&st=120
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Old 01-03-2007, 08:36 PM   #76
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Woo-Hoo, Rob! You made the home page!

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Old 01-03-2007, 08:49 PM   #77
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Thanks roger for the link... this caravans are very beautiful...
Sorry... but are all this caravans yours???
Rob, Yes, they have all been mine at one time or another over the past few years. It's a long story... Now I just have the 2004 17' Bigfoot and the 2006 25' Bigfoot trailers.

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Old 01-03-2007, 08:51 PM   #78
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Should some of Roger H's trailer photos be put into the albums section?Some great shots there.
James, some of them are; particularly the Burro photos. I'm the "Albums" guy now, and I've been remiss in my duties to get them organized. It's one of my new years' resolutions...

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What's big surprise!!!
Me and my husband in homepage!!! Wonderfull!!!
Thanks a lot to the administrator of the forum

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Thank you for sharing the link to the pictures of your big campout, Roberto!
One question...
are you the prince of the Vino?
Almost every pic of you has a bottle..
I am coming to YOUR rallys!
Yes Gina! Rob is very fascinated by the wine... before we're leaving he was very interesting to buy a lot of bottle of wine... because in this season it's cold, he said
and to drink to the new year, and in order to offer some drinks to our friends, and so on... bla bla bla
But generally in our rallys there are two principle occupation: drink and eat a lot! and talking about our trailers
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Susy and Rob:

I just wanted to say that I have so enjoyed your postings and enjoyed visiting your site. Wish that I retained some of the 3 weeks of Italian that I took many years ago. I only remember a phrase that the professor taught us that was frequently used by Italian cab drivers. I won't post it here.

Anyway, here's our Burro trailer on its first trip out west. The one in front of the lake was at Yellowstone park. The other is in front of Crazy Horse, a huge carving being built in the likeness of a famous native American.

And our Burro is fully equipped to enjoy wine also.

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Hi Cindy!
Thanks!!

Only a curiosity: the word "Burro" in italian language is "butter"... and your egg seems made of butter! it's really nice!!!
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Oh, interesting. Our trailer does kind of look like a big piece of butter, doesn't it?

In English, a burro is a donkey, so we have a picture of a donkey on the side.


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Thank you for sharing the link to the pictures of your big campout, Roberto!

One question...

are you the prince of the Vino?

Almost every pic of you has a bottle..

I am coming to YOUR rallys!

ciao Gina...
when you will come to our rallys that wine you prefer to find?
Barbera, Chianti, Greco di tufo, Cannonau?????
you must only ask and I will find to you... hehehe
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Old 01-04-2007, 10:10 AM   #84
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Dear Mike,
they are remained without words ... thank you very much!
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