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Old 08-13-2011, 10:30 AM   #1
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Wake Up Lil Snoozy

We just got back from our very first camping trip with our "Lil Boozy". Both Amy and I had lots of backpacking and van camping experience, but this was our first RV trip. We had a few "hiccups", both with the some minor issues with the trailer and with us learning the new "routines. Allan and Nicholas were very helpful in taking prompt action on getting us back in business, so we can begin to plan our next trip. We got a lot of interest from folks in the state park, and all were surprised at how roomy the Snoozy is. We especially loved the pop up window at the sink that Nicholas came up with, and used it a lot when cooking our meals. The real queen sized mattress was terrific and we slept like babies with our two dogs taking over the couch. The couch is very comfortable, and we ate and played cribbage on the table. There is a lot of thought that went into our trailers design, and I'm sure there will be changes as time goes on. She pulled like she wasn't there behind our van, I tried the generator and of course the campsite facilities, and we really enjoyed the first of many excursions to come. I heard rumor of a rally coming up in October...check in with Nicholas.
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Old 08-13-2011, 12:14 PM   #2
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Support under the step standard or did you add that?
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Old 08-13-2011, 12:27 PM   #3
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Support under the step standard or did you add that?
It came with the trailer. I also used the scissor jack from my van to level it out.

I'll get another scissor jack from a junk yard or something from CW and AL and Nick may redo the attached jack on the tongue.
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Old 08-13-2011, 07:25 PM   #4
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Nice!

Congratulations on your new "Lil Boozy". Nice unit.

Did you opt for more windows that what is standard? Must be nice and light inside.

I will be interested in seeing how you enjoy your Lil Snoozy as you use her/him more.

Thanks for sharing and take care.
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Old 08-13-2011, 07:28 PM   #5
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That pop-out window? I LOVE that feature.
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Old 08-13-2011, 07:56 PM   #6
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Your dogs are adorable!
Love the camper too... Congrats on your "maiden voyage" and new camper.
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Old 08-13-2011, 09:19 PM   #7
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Congratulations on your new "Lil Boozy". Nice unit.

Did you opt for more windows that what is standard? Must be nice and light inside.

I will be interested in seeing how you enjoy your Lil Snoozy as you use her/him more.

Thanks for sharing and take care.
Yes, we opted to add a big window where a flat tv can be installed, across from the couch. Even has pre-wiring for antenna connection.
We also added a small window in the sleeping area for some cross ventilation.
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Is it just an illusion that the large window is shaped different on the hook up side compared the the windows on the AC side? I have not seen one in person. Thanks.
PS> are both the a/c side windows popouts?
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Looks like you had a ball.

Where were you camped?
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"We had a few "hiccups", both with the some minor issues with the trailer and with us learning the new "routines."

One of the reasons it is recommended that your first night be in your driveway.

Congratulations on your new baby.
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Is it just an illusion that the large window is shaped different on the hook up side compared the the windows on the AC side? I have not seen one in person. Thanks.
PS> are both the a/c side windows popouts?
They are the same. Only the one at the sink pops out, although it could be made to pop out if you wanted it
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Looks like you had a ball.

Where were you camped?
Oconee State Park, SC. It was nice. We will return to the area again. It's in the NW part of the state, near NC
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Nice, very nice! Thanks for sharing the pics
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Yes...we're familiar with Oconee...not that far from where we live...give a shout next time you're in the 'hood and we'll come visit if we're not "ooot and aboot." as a Scotsman friend says. (if you don't mind, that is.)
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