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Old 07-09-2012, 05:08 AM   #1
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Name: Micheal
Trailer: Bonair 16t
Nova Scotia
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Hello all

Hello from Nova Scotia

Waving hello to all ,a great club you have here.

I have renovated my older stick trailer to serve as a guess cottage at the back of the property.Not finished the outside set up but the inside as been transformed from a sleep 6 all purpose trailer to a couples master bedroom with en suite ,mini fridge, stocked and screened in porch.

Now I am looking at my last travel trailer.For a while it sure looked like I was heading towards a Four Wheel camper, http://fourwheelcampers.ca/,even purchased the truck for it .Sometime one as to look at the mirror with honesty and I did not see this old fellow ,old dog and still as young as ever wife getting up to that bunk .

Not wanting a "me to trailer" I am now looking at fiberglass and senior friendly small trailer.

Thanks to all for all the informative discussions and posting.
I have a lot of reading to catch up on

Micheal,Stella Marie and the lad Eddie, me dog
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Old 07-09-2012, 09:02 AM   #2
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Welcome! Glad you found fiberglassrv.com. Hope you find just the right trailer for your "senior" travels......... Personally I am not there yet , But I still love my Casita!

Enjoy the search!

And as far as your reno of the sticky into a guest cottage, that is so cool! Would love to see pic's of your guest cottage. There is a post that is titled, It's a girl thing! , where a few of us post pics of interior glampers! Would love to see a glamper guest cottage!

Again, Welcome!
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Old 07-09-2012, 09:15 AM   #3
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Hi and welcome.
Fiberglass trailers do offer a pretty good value. Look carefully and examine your wants carefully and you'll find the right one for you.
My wife and I found our "right one" in 13' Scamp. It has what we need without the burden and pretentiousness of features. We spend over 150 nights per year in it, with almost 100 at continuous every winter (snow birding). It's not for everybody, but it's plenty for us.
I'll tell you what we don't have in our trailer.
No toilet or shower
No Air Conditioner
No Television
No Stereo
No hot water heater (except the cook surface)

Good luck on search.
Byron & Anne enjoying the everyday Saturday thing.
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Old 07-09-2012, 09:54 AM   #4
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Name: Micheal
Trailer: Bonair 16t
Nova Scotia
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Thanks for the welcomes

I will post some pictures of my stick guess cottage trailer when I get the cupboards finished and painted .I still have 5 doors to make and trim work to do.Seams everything I do now takes 3 attempts now ,
what I did,
what I should have done,
that will just have to do
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