Thank You Cathy..........
Our daughter (adopted at birth) is 21 years old now.
She is mentally challenged (PC for retarded) from having Prater Willie.
A few physical issues and mentally just cannot learn to read or write.
Other wise a very caring daughter. We sleep on the queen bed and she
sleeps on the couch. Even with growth hormones she is pretty short, so
the couch suits her fine.
This is her when we were at the factory.
This is me at home checking it out for comparison (I'm 6').
Example of Adult on Couch
I think the simplicity of it all is what drew me to it.
Like all searchers, each one gets to be at the top of the list for a while
until you finally have to make that last decision. I went more by my
"needs" list than my want list........lol. So wound up at the Snoozy factory.
Bigger would be better with grandkids but we've never been camping with
them before for one reason or another and if we ever do, we also have a
very large "tent" that I can take and set up. McDenny has a Snoozy for him
and his wife which he designed their own sleeping arrangement. Working great
for him but I've read where he's also looking for an Airstream for when they
take their grandkids.
This is from Denny's blog:
So far our toilet set-up is working out fine for us. Snoozy is flexible with the