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Old 07-01-2016, 04:49 PM   #1
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Happy Canada Day from our nation's capital Ottawa

Hi, I've been skulking on this site for oh, a while, and since it looks like I'm going to take the big plunge and acquire a Boler (has to be a Canadian camper, it being Canada Day and all...!), I figured I should join up...

And while I have been learning about Bolers since I first saw one for sale by the side of the road and fell in love but couldn't stop, just to prove how new I am, I've got a truly dopey question...
The Boler I'm looking at is a 13 ft with front dinette or alternate portapotty in a box, which also serves as a base when you put the bed down. SO: where do the box and portapotty go when you have it set up as a dinette? I have scoured Dr Google looking for this, to no avail... Maybe in what appears to be an exterior storage compartment just past the door (that IS a storage compartment, isn't it??), or somewhere else?

Love the site, hope I can get an answer that doesn't lead to yet another episode of 'I have this friend, she's smarter than this story is going to make her sound...'


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Old 07-01-2016, 05:02 PM   #2
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Some just move it out of the trailer during the day.
Others use something like this:
Portable Toilets & Portable Camping Showers : Cabela's

Most times we just don't bring it along and keep it in the garage.

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Old 07-01-2016, 05:24 PM   #3
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I won't need the second bed when camping on my own or with my beloved, but I may be taking a friend on a few expeditions, so I guess it's travel with it in place, use it as a base at night and stash it during the day when we use it as a dinette...
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Old 07-01-2016, 06:53 PM   #4
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Happy Canada Day Christine!
Our choice was down to a Boler or a Trillium for the very same reason, Canadian pride.
We travel without the porta-potty and have a painted plywood board set into the recess for the couch. We keep a cooler or a tub in the space. We don't have the front dinette though, so unfortunately I cannot help you with that. Keep us posted about your journey.
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