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Old 09-02-2013, 12:56 PM   #15
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Keith,

When we're home for a few months in the summer I can always think of this or that I'd like in our or even a trailer. When I'm on the road, the trailer hardly seems to matter, just wrapped up in the opportunity of being out there.

All the fiberglass trailers seem to provide the basics required for fun.

The other factor, sometimes called the "Harley Factor" is no matter what you buy today there will be something better tomorrow. (Just kidding Jim.)

Safe travels.
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Old 09-02-2013, 01:58 PM   #16
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Keith,

When we're home for a few months in the summer I can always think of this or that I'd like in our or even a trailer. When I'm on the road, the trailer hardly seems to matter, just wrapped up in the opportunity of being out there.

All the fiberglass trailers seem to provide the basics required for fun.

The other factor, sometimes called the "Harley Factor" is no matter what you buy today there will be something better tomorrow. (Just kidding Jim.)

Safe travels.
You are right, having a Harley is just an opportunity to accessorize something.
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Old 09-02-2013, 04:43 PM   #17
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With this whole looking experience, there is a lot of confusion. Deciding what you like then deciding how you like it. Its making my head hurt… lol.
Whenever I am unsure about which brand I want to buy, I just wait a while. Time will let you know. The cream will rise to the top.
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Old 09-02-2013, 07:45 PM   #18
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I think you've hit it Mike.
The churning we find ourselves in when searching is just
the making of the cream. And I truly love "butter."
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Old 09-02-2013, 10:09 PM   #19
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Yeah, the cream can't come to the top till you stop stirring. (Have to know what un-homogenized milk is like to understand, right?)
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Old 09-03-2013, 01:03 PM   #20
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You just showed your age there Mike.........ROFL.
I loved the raw milk delivered to our door after we moved to town.
I loved it from the cow, but getting it at the door was a lot easier
as I was the one doing the milking.
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Old 09-20-2013, 12:39 PM   #21
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I hope this is the best thread to post this question. My husband and I were kindly invited to view an actual Snoozy by a nice couple who saw our interest in the product. We were quite impressed and have decided to go the next step. I emailed yesterday to Richard Mickle of Lil Snoozy who had answered a couple of questions for me a few weeks ago. We are requesting an appointment to visit the factory next week or the week after. I sent the email yesterday midday and have not yet heard back (which surprises me a bit). They must be very busy or he may be away. On these threads I have seen only the names of the owners and not that of this gentleman. Do any of you folks know him? We are eager to hear from them, but I do not want to call at this point.
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Old 09-20-2013, 04:33 PM   #22
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Melanie, I would recommend that you call them. They do seem to get a little slow on answering emails from time to time. And unless they have changed hours they are not open on Fridays. When I went for my tour of the factory Nicholas came in on his day off to show me around. Overall they are great to deal with and I am pleased with my purchase.
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I usually e-mail Alan from time to time.
He's usually quick on the answer, but there have been a couple
times it was a bit slow in coming. One time their server was down,
and the other they were really busy building the Snoozys.

Alan and Nicholas are the only ones I have talked to.
They would like to get a phone call from you. And as Jim says,
they will come at most hours if it's needed.

Nicholas Smoak (cell phone) 803-347-8282
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Old 09-20-2013, 05:19 PM   #24
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Welcome to the Forum Jim.

I also invite you to the Club site if you haven't seen it yet.
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Old 09-20-2013, 06:11 PM   #25
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I hope this is the best thread to post this question. My husband and I were kindly invited to view an actual Snoozy by a nice couple who saw our interest in the product. We were quite impressed and have decided to go the next step. I emailed yesterday to Richard Mickle of Lil Snoozy who had answered a couple of questions for me a few weeks ago. We are requesting an appointment to visit the factory next week or the week after. I sent the email yesterday midday and have not yet heard back (which surprises me a bit). They must be very busy or he may be away. On these threads I have seen only the names of the owners and not that of this gentleman. Do any of you folks know him? We are eager to hear from them, but I do not want to call at this point.
The keep regular office hours, I just stopped by unannounced during the week and they both were there. They spent lots of time with me going over the product and a tour of the facility. I am sure if you go M-F they will be there. There is also office staff so I am sure if you call that will set you up too.
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Old 09-20-2013, 06:50 PM   #26
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Perhaps I will call on Monday. It is a good way from us and I would like an appointment so the trip would not be wasted or inefficient. I guess I come from a work environment where dropping in without an appointment would not get you past the door (I was the one keeping out the uninvited representatives - my nickname was "The Junkyard Dog"!). So I guess we will call on Monday and see what can be arranged if we do not hear from Mr. Mickle in the meantime. Thanks for the encouragement to keep pursuing this. I read about difficulties on another thread by people trying to get in contact with the Parkliner facility. We were hoping this outfit was more professional and responsive (they are probably busy and get lots of emails - our request may have gotten lost in the crowd). Oh, well - it is probably good to have a bit of a delay to slow us down in our enthusiasm - this is a LOT of money to consider spending for a product and activity we have never participated in.
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Old 09-20-2013, 07:16 PM   #27
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Larger companies keep all the staff busy with set tasks and formulate procedures for visits, which makes appointments necessary. A small company like Snoozy, where the owners are on hand daily and are wearing many hats ranging from sales to production, finds it easier to cope with walk-ins than to cope with requests for appointments.
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Old 09-20-2013, 09:14 PM   #28
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Melanie, that is the first I've heard of a Richard Mickle. Good Luck!
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