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Old 12-17-2011, 01:22 PM   #1
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Question Your Small Egg Getting Claustrophobia?

If your egg is just too small & claustrophobic maybe this TT will keep the claustrophobia away: 2012 Forest River Aviator
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No! Our Scamp is not claustrophobic; no! I am not buying one. Ha!

I'd not want to have to tow it and would not want to spend the $ for one. But it does have a neat look about it.
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Old 12-17-2011, 02:03 PM   #2
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No my egg isn't and neither am I

Interesting looking thing at > $70,000.00. For those that are interested in interior virtual tours: Aviator Virtual Tours

Thanks for sharing Adrian.
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Old 12-17-2011, 03:30 PM   #3
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Thanks, Donna.

The Wolf Pup would be more my taste.
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Love it The Wolf Pup has an "optional spare room." That's what I call my "awning."
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Love it The Wolf Pup has an "optional spare room." That's what I call my "awning."
The "optional spare room" is like the extra bed in Northern Light. A slide out tent type of thing with platform to make bed on.

My last trip into Death Valley saw a large gust of wind that blew a lot things around tear the canvas away from the trailer on the "spare room". I don't remember what brand it was. The owners were away and I'm sure some of the rain that followed got inside this gaping hole that used to have canvas around it.
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