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Old 03-14-2013, 11:50 AM   #1
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Last trip (maybe)

Penny and I are heading out this weekend for a Dutch Oven Group outing at Falls Lake SP, outside of Wake Forest, N.C. This could be our last trip in the Sunline. All of our trips in April will be boondocking in the pop up. I hope our Rockwood will be in by the first of May.
I sure wish I could find someone in our group who wanted "The TajWeHaul." All the mechanicals are sound. It has new Maxxis radials.
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The rig


The new carpet


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I'd keep her if Penny didn't want a bit more room for extended trips. I need to find her a good home

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Old 03-14-2013, 05:23 PM   #2
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You both will love the extra space with a slide We do...but I still miss the simplicity of the Tweety sometimes. What model Rockwood did you order?
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Old 03-15-2013, 05:44 AM   #3
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What model Rockwood did you order?
This one Rockwood Ultra Lite Travel Trailer by Forest River

We wanted seating, windows and storage. It is a bit longer than I wanted to go, but it is the shortest I could find with everything else going for it.

Hope to see y'all soon,
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Old 03-15-2013, 06:19 AM   #4
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Nice floorplan
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Don't get me wrong, we really miss our Sunline in many ways but we really love our Rockwood. In this group we're SOB's and in the Forest River Owners Group we're FROG's but we'll always be SUN #258.
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Ah, so it's essentially a 289SR!
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I see you have the same patterns, colors, cabinets and flooring we have in our Rockwood 5th wheel.

Again, loved the Sunline but now with ducted heat and A/C, 45 gal of water and 76 plus 45 gals holding tanks, silent pump, day / night shades, and on and on..............................There's nothing I don't love about it. You'll love it too.
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Teach and Penny,

Congrats on new camper!

I see you too like the rear living layouts. You will find the pass through bath room has lots of moving around in space. The pass through bath at first did not have an apeal however after having 2 campers with them, they do bring a lot of advantages to the layout.

Good luck.

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Old 03-18-2013, 11:02 AM   #10
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Thanks all. We're back from N.C. Sat around in shorts Sat. with temps in the 70s. The Taj performed flawlessly as usual. I hope our new trailer tows as effortlessly.

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