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Old 11-02-2009, 01:44 PM   #15
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So with the aid of my Mum's Ford Ranger I successfully pulled the Trillium home....my first time towing and I think I did great!

Looks like her name is going to be Fuffer-Nugget....the boys were in much agreement on the silly name and I'm kinda silly too so it all works!

Fuffer-Nugget was stored in a very muddy backyard so she's really dirty and need a few repairs to fill in the holes left from attenas that were attached to the outside but all and all I'm super happy!

I don't have any inside shots....she was all wrapped up in a tarp by the time I remembered that I should take some interior shots....oh well I'll post some up in a few weeks when the awning beside the garage is finished and Fuffer-Nugget is in her own sweet home!
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Old 11-02-2009, 01:48 PM   #16
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Old 11-02-2009, 01:50 PM   #17
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Sorry my pics are too big so it's gonna be one at a time!

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Old 11-02-2009, 01:59 PM   #18
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The door is hanging really well. Generally the door starts to sag a bit on the Trilliums and the moldings get out of alignment. Hopefully you go the orange inside model =)
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Old 11-02-2009, 02:03 PM   #19
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Yeah! I suppose you did do great on your first towing experience , the cops haven't come knocking at your door and your here to be able to post your good news , so you did do Great! Congrats!
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Sorry my pics are too big so it's gonna be one at a time!
It's because you're trying to upload High-Res print ready photos. See if this tutorial helps you: Resize Picture Help Using "Shrink Pictures" site

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Old 11-02-2009, 03:30 PM   #21
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Thanks Donna for the sizing info, I will do that next time.

Booker the interior is green fiberglass with blue cushions, but hiding under the upper bunk is some funky orange floral....just so we don't forget where she started from!

It's definitly a different feeling pulling a trailer...the "pushing/pulling" feeling is unnerving at first but I got over it and did just fine...now to take her out for a winter camp....hopefully really soon.

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Old 03-24-2010, 01:28 PM   #22
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So with the aid of my Mum's Ford Ranger I successfully pulled the Trillium home....my first time towing and I think I did great!

Looks like her name is going to be Fuffer-Nugget....the boys were in much agreement on the silly name and I'm kinda silly too so it all works!

Fuffer-Nugget was stored in a very muddy backyard so she's really dirty and need a few repairs to fill in the holes left from attenas that were attached to the outside but all and all I'm super happy!

I don't have any inside shots....she was all wrapped up in a tarp by the time I remembered that I should take some interior shots....oh well I'll post some up in a few weeks when the awning beside the garage is finished and Fuffer-Nugget is in her own sweet home!
Congratulations!! i have the same year and color. i just love it!! i had some welding done on the back to accommodate packer box so i could throw a whole lot of extra's in. mostly kid stuff and the BBQ. i put in hard wood floors that were leftover from a reno. when it gets sandy i just take them out and and sweep. never did glue down. memory foam cover is your friend for a soft sleep ZZZZZZZZ

i love mine!!!
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Fuffer Looks VERY nice ! Congratulations on your new baby !
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