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Old 12-31-2011, 03:11 PM   #15
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Thanks, Michael. It's great to see the pics of your parents with/in their ParkLiner! We need to get some added to our gallery, as well. (The Park Liner entry is empty!)

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Old 12-31-2011, 05:51 PM   #16
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Great!! Looks like they enjoy being in their new trailer. Seeing folks inside helps a lot with the perspective.

It would appear that the seat cushions are pretty firm... looks like good quality foam being used. (Unlike in my trailer, where I sink way into the unsupportive cushions.)

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Old 01-02-2012, 05:55 PM   #17
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Mike: Yes, the cushions are quite firm and supportive. Obiviously, we'll see how they hold up with more use, but they seem to be very good quality.

Everyone: I have uploaded more pictures of the camper on facebook. If you are interested, just go to the ParkLiner fb page and look under friend activity. I had trouble "tagging" parkliner in the actual photo, so I resorted to tagging them in the comment section of each photo. Next time I'll just upload them directly to the parkliner page.
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Old 01-23-2012, 01:01 PM   #18
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Great! I'm keeping track of this on Facebook. I loved the pictures of the parents in the RV, even outside, because it does give one a better "feel" for how user-friendly the unit is. I like so many things about this unit. The a/c not being on the roof means less expensive to replace and no condensation from the a/c running down the side and love the screen door and the option for a cassette toilet - had plenty of the black water tank and used all the supposed solutions with no success but had the cassette in a pop-up and could keep it sparkling clean. The bunk beds look so sturdy and we have seen so many used units of all types where the top bunk had ripped loose from the wall and to learn they run longer, perfect! This has a great clean and uncluttered look which is important with the smaller TTs.

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