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Old 04-12-2013, 09:25 PM   #15
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Can you get it with a front window? I would miss a window there.
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Old 04-12-2013, 10:11 PM   #16
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everyone says they like pictures......LOL. So, hopefully I won't bore anyone with this. Thank you soooo much for all the pictures. I have been studying any picture I can find of the Lil Snoozy, to determine what would be the best floor plan, and where extra cabinets could go. Do you find it has enough easily accessed storage for food, clothing, shoes, for everyday living? We looking to live in it 6 months or so at a time, so any comments on this subject would be appreciated.
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Old 04-12-2013, 10:21 PM   #17
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She's a beauty, Carl. You're gonna have a blast zapping around in that little she-beast.

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Old 04-13-2013, 04:02 AM   #18
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Lookin' good. Thanks for sharing. Raz
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Old 04-13-2013, 09:38 AM   #19
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Can you get it with a front window? I would miss a window there.
I had thought of that...............LOL
Actually, I think Alan would have them put one in the front if you really wanted it. Standard has a big window over the kitchen sink and one over the couch. And one small window on which ever side of the bed you want. Just the one large window makes it feel so spacious, I thought three would make it like you were still out of doors if they were open. Or not. lol.

One over the bed would sure make for some great star gazing. The only real thing that would keep me from putting one there would be the desire to have the absolute minimum of any holes in the top. But it can be done. If I were still young and spry I may have done that.
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everyone says they like pictures......LOL. So, hopefully I won't bore anyone with this. Thank you soooo much for all the pictures. I have been studying any picture I can find of the Lil Snoozy, to determine what would be the best floor plan, and where extra cabinets could go. Do you find it has enough easily accessed storage for food, clothing, shoes, for everyday living? We looking to live in it 6 months or so at a time, so any comments on this subject would be appreciated.
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Hi Dave and Paula..........
I took so much excess baggage that I definitely did not have enough room. lol.
That's one reason we stripped her down when we got home. Mostly to do the laundry. And to learn what we need and don't need. This is our first travel trailer. Neither of us have ever been campers or much into the out of doors. We both HATE bugs...........lol.

I hadn't thought of it, but I did buy a few things to help in the storage department. I will take some pictures of them when it quits raining. We have 2,200 sq. ft. to live in and you can imagine the amount of "stuff" that has been accumulated. My out buildings are "full." So the camper is quite an experience. Our bathroom is bigger than the bedroom I had when I was a kid. So a camper bathroom is something else.........lol.

I already had a Tacoma pickup for a tow, and purchased a LEER 180 shell to help in the storage department. Alan noticed I had it stuffed when he hooked up our Snoozy. And it was stuffed when we got home. Boy, did I have a lot of NON-necessary "stuff." So, it's a big learning curve for me. lol.

But here are some pics of mods others have made in their Snoozy's. Being a self supporting structure you can take out or add just about anything you want.

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She's a beauty, Carl. You're gonna have a blast zapping around in that little she-beast.

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She-beast?.............hmmmmmmm.
That kinda sounds like a new Name. lol.
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Carl, your Snoozy looks fantastic! It really is an terrific little trailer. ENJOY!!
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everyone says they like pictures......LOL. So, hopefully I won't bore anyone with this. Thank you soooo much for all the pictures. I have been studying any picture I can find of the Lil Snoozy, to determine what would be the best floor plan, and where extra cabinets could go. Do you find it has enough easily accessed storage for food, clothing, shoes, for everyday living? We looking to live in it 6 months or so at a time, so any comments on this subject would be appreciated.
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Hi Dave,

Apparently I have run out of picture space.
Here is the Snoozy Club site where I posted a few more:

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Carl, it the towel rack on the fridge something new that Lil Snoozy does or did you add that? I like it!
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The towel rack is something the wife found at Walmart on the way home.
It has magnets on each end.
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