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Old 02-11-2006, 02:21 PM   #1
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Been reading yall for about 6 months We have a 19 foot Dutchman for several years make long weekends to L.B.L. That is Land Between the Lakes in Tennessee about 20 miles from home. Our camping trips are still worked in between that thing called WORK We started EGG hunting after seeing one in LBL last summer thankfull for any help or watchout wisdom . I think 17ft. Casita now
well snow is over am gone 4 now
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Old 02-11-2006, 04:22 PM   #2
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Been reading yall for about 6 months We have a 19 foot Dutchman for several years make long weekends to L.B.L. That is Land Between the Lakes in Tennessee about 20 miles from home. Our camping trips are still worked in between that thing called WORK We started EGG hunting after seeing one in LBL last summer thankfull for any help or watchout wisdom . I think 17ft. Casita now
well snow is over am gone 4 now
My wife and I settled on a 17 ft. Casita, also. We looked at a lot of trailers and almost went with a Scamp 5th wheel. Depending on your main type of outing, you can't go wrong with any of the great fiberglass trailers that are out there.

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Old 02-13-2006, 09:04 AM   #3
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Bob thanks for your reply We also are looking at scamp fifth wheel but have some thoughts about getting up into bed (dont do steps to well) not getting any younger
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Welcome to FiberglassRV.com! You'll soon find out what the rest of us here know... that fiberglass RVs, while a little smaller perhaps than the big stickies, represent a much better value for the dollar, and pack a lot of amenities into a reasonable sized RV. They're easier to lug around, setup, and use than the big ones. You have to do all of the same tasks, they just don't seem to be as oppressive for some reason with a fiberglass trailer!

Good luck in your hunt. Everyone uses their trailer a little differently, so read everything you can about how everyone else uses theirs. You'll pick up some really neat ideas.

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One of the many, many great things about fiberglass RVs is that my wife and I generally have our Casita completely set up within minutes of arriving at our campsite. Setup is so amazingly simple. We had been accustomed to tent camping and the transition to setting up our Casita has been nothing short of amazing for us.
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