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Old 07-23-2007, 09:34 AM   #1
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10 days in a QUE

We just returned from 10 days in the QUE, and I have to say it went wonderfully. Making the bed every night is really not a big deal for 10 days. (but I think I was approaching my limit on that one) The kitchen counterspace is amazing. But I DO hate the sink. We dry camped 1 night and were too conservative. The battery was at 2/3 when we left, and I forgot to turn the fridge off of battery for a couple of hours. The fresh water tank still said full, and gray said 1/3. It's going to be hard to give up this trailer when we're ready to really travel. We're still towing with no fancy hitch or sway control and it just doesn't sway. Of all the trailers we've owned it tows the best. You don't even feel it when a big tractor trailer passes. How's everyone else doing with their QUEs? Liking them?
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Old 07-23-2007, 11:18 AM   #2
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Hey Pam,

Did you happen to drive down rt33 from Stroudsburg to rt78 on sunday?
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Old 07-23-2007, 11:26 AM   #3
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Yep that was us. Probably around 4:00 give or take half an hour.
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Then that was probably you. We were on our way back from D.C. You can't always tell what brand trailers you see going the other way, but the Que stands out. Especially one being towed with a 2500 series truck.
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Old 07-23-2007, 02:01 PM   #5
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I imagine we look kinda funny with the truck being bigger than the trailer We got to Sinking Spring at 5:00 exactly, so we probably entered the north end of 33 about 3:30.
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Old 07-23-2007, 07:14 PM   #6
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I can honestly say we are quite happy with our Que too. The most we've camped in it so far is only four days, but it was a breeze.

We have the RE and the bed hasn't really been a problem. We are using light weight fleece sleeping bags for this time of year and they easily roll into a small size and I just throw them in the wardrope, along with our pillows. Some of our friends thought we'd be unhappy having to "make the bed up" every day, but this takes less time than it would to make up a regular bed with sheets and comforter. Sunline wasn't kidding when they said "less than a minute to make the bed".

We've yet to camp at a place that has sewer hookup (although we have the first one coming up in another couple of weeks). We made it four days without dumping gray or black water and that was two of us using it for everything.

Love the counter space and the bed is so big (we spoon so it's really overkill for us) Definitely room for us to bring our grandson along.

Can't wait to go again. Wish we could go this weekend, but the second grandson is making his entry into the world on Thursday, so that has to come first.

I love reading all the posts about the Que. Please keep them coming.
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Old 07-26-2007, 05:28 PM   #7
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We did 8 days in our Que in May. Agree with all the previous statements, love the counters and the bed is not a problem. But Pam, I like the sink too.
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We just completed 8 nights in our Que, all in one location. The putting the bed in really did not bug me like I thought it would! Who knew I think it is because when you put it up, its like "WOAH! Look at all that room!" There were afew day when we did not put it all the way up, just enough to get in and out. We were working, and for the last few days, we had to be there very early, and came back very late.
I kept a 'log' to see how far we could boondock it. Here are the averages for two full days and one night (I kept log before my nightly shower) Each time period, we had two showers and various 'living' activities. After two days/one night we had 2/3 full grey water; 1/2 to 2/3 full black. Keep in mind, we take FULL showers, not the navy kind. So I figure with Navy showers, we could concievably squeeze a weekend or three days out of it. Of course, we would have to refill the water containers...
We, too, are thinking or our extended travels. We travel mainly for off road purposes (We both have built Jeeps for this purpose) and we can not find a TV/ trailer combo that can tow two Jeeps and the que on a single trailer (without going 'big rig' ) so we are thinking of going truck camper. They do not have to be registered with the DMV, and therfore we would not have to pay property tax, and could justify keeping the Que for general camping!
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Old 07-30-2007, 06:17 PM   #9
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Ugh...Virginia has that nasty vehicle tax... When I think about trading the QUE to travel more I try to think about if I'd feel excited or sad when I dropped it off and picked up the new trailer. Even the 2007 2363 at Stoltzfus didn't pass the "excited to make the trade test." I don't mind the bed construction because it's not my job
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I don't mind the bed construction because it's not my job
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