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Old 07-10-2014, 03:31 PM   #15
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Oh man, I wish we could attend but we have plans that weekend. I'm sure we'll find our way to a meet sooner or later...

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Old 07-10-2014, 03:41 PM   #16
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Though I'm not planning on a Lil Snoozy any more, its bed setup might be what you're looking for:

I don't get lost, I go on interesting side trips.
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Old 07-11-2014, 07:09 PM   #17
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Ya know what? Just get the camper you like, go camping and then decide what modifications you want to make. A division between the bed and sleeping area should not be a deciding factor. In fact, if you purchase a used trailer you may have little choice at all. All these FGRVs are great fun!
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Old 07-11-2014, 07:42 PM   #18
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If you imagine the space occupied by a king size bed that has a love seat against the foot of it that is about the same size as a 13 ft. camper. Don't think you can do much of anything in it without having a good chance of your sleeping partner at least being aware of it. Even if they don't fully waken.

My wife gets up early enough to slap a rooster awake for sunrise. I being more in tune with nature wake up when the sun is at a useful height in the sky. I am well used to her getting out of bed at an hour when humans (or at least this human) should be in their caves.

We have a thermos of coffee put up the night before and she will often sip her morning coffee and read or if there is internet check facebook or email. Sometimes she will go outside and start getting stuff together for breakfast or the day. Then I wake up make fire or get the Coleman stove going once the sun is up to the point I'm not having to use a flashlight to do it.

But unless she goes outside there is no way I could sleep through her getting breakfast ready or watching TV it would be only a couple of feet from my head.

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