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Old 05-23-2007, 08:22 AM   #1
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We found the cushions and foam pas a liitle rough on our first sleepover in the Trill. Costco to the rescue once again. We got a 2 1/2" memory foam mattress cover that works great. It cost around $120 C$. Because the matress is a standard double bed (54") the wrap up the back covers all that snaggy bits that supoort the table (not to mention a little bit extra insulation for those chilly Atlantic nights).

We originally stowed it under the back seat. It went in okay, but "memorized" the shape of the hatch, so extracting it was a bit of a problem. It now lives rolled up in a carpet bag.

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Old 05-23-2007, 09:21 AM   #2
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yeppers.. nothing like a good nites sleep. i bought 2 of the ones at walmart @ $35.00 a piece and put them together to make a more thicker pad. I would say maybe put together they are about 2"...... but its comphy.....
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Old 05-29-2007, 10:45 PM   #3
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(not to mention a little bit extra insulation for those chilly Atlantic nights).

We originally stowed it under the back seat. It went in okay, but "memorized" the shape of the hatch, so extracting it was a bit of a problem. It now lives rolled up in a carpet bag.

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Don,

Glad to here that classic fiberglass is popular in my home province of NFLD or NL as they say now. I am originally from Corner Brook but transplanted myself to the central plains of Manitoba in the mid 80's. It's been almost 5 years since my last visit.........guess I should make the effort to come visit my family and friends........................just too many trailer projects!

Enviroguess Canada show the temp as 2 degrees C in St Johns tonite so I hope that Trillium has a furnace!

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