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Old 08-21-2018, 08:37 AM   #29
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We purchased our 25RQ from a couple in Minnesota and sold it to a couple from the Minneapolis area. I know they are members here, but I'll let them announce who they are. We did encounter another 25RQ in Minnesota, but never got to talk to them.

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Old 08-21-2018, 07:07 PM   #30
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We have a Bigfoot Silver Cloud outside Chicago.
Hey Cindy, haven't I seen that beautiful Bigfoot of yours on the Facebook forum?

There are two Bigfoot Facebook forums, BTW, so that's another place to connect with other Bigfoot owners. To me, whether people have a Bigfoot or another fiberglass trailer, it's all good! But it sure is helpful when doing mods, renos and repairs to have members who have the same type of trailer!
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Old 08-22-2018, 04:44 AM   #31
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Hey Cindy, haven't I seen that beautiful Bigfoot of yours on the Facebook forum?

There are two Bigfoot Facebook forums, BTW, so that's another place to connect with other Bigfoot owners. To me, whether people have a Bigfoot or another fiberglass trailer, it's all good! But it sure is helpful when doing mods, renos and repairs to have members who have the same type of trailer!
Yep, that is my Silver Cloud. And the problem with having one of only 12 is that it is hard to find another camper of the same kind to ask questions, as you suggest, Val. However, someone on this forum also has one, and his images of his Silver Cloud helped us find the 2 living room tables in our camper, even though we never pull them out.

We get help from BOCI too, as some of the non-molded Bigfoots are similar to our Silver Cloud.

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Old 08-25-2018, 10:23 AM   #32
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We are new 25RQ owners in south MS. Our trailer arrived two weeks then and sold our Escape 21 in three days! We are out there.

Have several issues with the new Bigfoot we are trying to get resolved now.
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Old 08-25-2018, 10:24 AM   #33
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We have had our 2019 25RQ for a month. Searched for 6 months to find it. I can say the build quality is far better than any trailer we have looked at and we looked at them all! We talked with most of the dealers in the USA and they all said they can not keep them in stock like the many stick built they have! So their numbers will slowly build up.
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Old 08-25-2018, 11:34 AM   #34
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We have traveled more than 10,000 miles this summer, going west and east, and did not see another Bigfoot trailer. From other discussions, I know that there are others. Where are you? We know of two couples who purchased new trailers this year, so it is good that they are still in production. They are such good quality and comfortable. We are located in the N TX area.
In fact, it seems like each year we are seeing fewer fiberglass trailers.
2017 BF25RQ here covering the East Coast in Virginia.
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Old 08-25-2018, 12:32 PM   #35
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We are proud Bigfoot owners from southern Missouri. Other than ours or when we travelled to purchase one we have never seen another one. We never camp without creating a stir from the other campers. In the Midwest any fiberglass campers are very rare. I could count on both hands any fiberglass campers I have seen "in the wild".
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Old 08-25-2018, 01:12 PM   #36
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1988 Bigfoot Fifth Wheel in Danville, Kentucky!
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Old 08-25-2018, 03:40 PM   #37
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Old 08-25-2018, 08:18 PM   #38
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We see them often, but we are 4 hrs from Factory!!

We are in southeastern British Columbia and are close to the Bigfoot factory. We purchased our 2005 21 foot Bigfoot in Whitefish Montana about 8 years ago. It was built in Canada but the first owner took it to Whitefish and there it was parked until we purchased it. They are very well built trailers. We had a 17 foot Casita, which was also a great trailer, before the Bigfoot. We had one of the 4 foot envy situations. This trailer is exactly what we wanted.
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Old 08-26-2018, 09:16 AM   #39
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Bigfoot sightings

You know the sighting are rare, as Bigfoot and Sasquatch sightings are. 😉🤪

If you were at the Boler 50th anniversary rally in Winnipeg this month, you saw many of them, big and small. There was even a 1989 13’ Lil Bigfoot there I had the pleasure of seeing and meeting the owner. 😍 There’s usually a Bigfoot at a rally you can see. 👍

25’, 17’, 5th wheels and the like. All were there along with a LOT of sweet vintage Bolers. Nearly 500 trailers and a lot of people. It was the Best. Rally. Ever!
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Old 08-26-2018, 09:57 PM   #40
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Keep your eyes open next month. Taking off in mid September with our 2016 25RQ for southern Arizona, southern New Mexico, Texas Big Ben NP then up to Santa Fe/Taos, maybe slip into Colorado and then over to Ghost Ranch and North Rim before getting back late October.


We maybe see one trailer and a couple PU campers on our longer trips. They are sprinkled all over. When we started looking for a Bigfoot in mid 2015 we found one for sale in Arizona, one in San Diego, several in Oregon and Washington, and a 25FQ right here in El Dorado Hills. Ended up ordering from the dealer in Portland. They don't last long when put on the market.


Hope to see some Bigfoots next month.
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Old 08-27-2018, 08:38 PM   #41
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Around here Scamps are a rare sighting, but when everyone was evacuating from the Carr Fire July 23rd (Burning for 35 days now, 229,651 acres burned, 96% contained) I saw one Scamp other than mine on the road, and one at the evacuation center.

Of course you could miss a sighting by minutes, or miles. I'm not sure if I've ever seen a Bigfoot, or would know it if I did.

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Old 08-28-2018, 06:01 AM   #42
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We have traveled more than 10,000 miles this summer, going west and east, and did not see another Bigfoot trailer. From other discussions, I know that there are others. Where are you? We know of two couples who purchased new trailers this year, so it is good that they are still in production. They are such good quality and comfortable. We are located in the N TX area.
In fact, it seems like each year we are seeing fewer fiberglass trailers.
We have a Casita and live in Ft. Worth, Texas and I say the same thing, where are the fiberglass trailers. Well being on the Casita fourm there all around, we see most of the fiberglass trailers at the Casita Rallies and there will always be some Olivers, Escapes, Bigfoots, Scamps, etc. If it wasn't for the open house at the rallies we probably wouldn't have ever seen most of the other brands of fiberglass trailers. The worst thing about open houses is my wife walked into the Oliver and the first words were, this is our next trailer.

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