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Old 06-19-2008, 05:07 AM   #1
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has anyone seen the pics of the new cc veranda? wow! just a little over the edge. sure doesn't look practical but then again thats why they make chocolate and vanilla ice cream. jim
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has anyone seen the pics of the new cc veranda? wow! just a little over the edge. sure doesn't look practical but then again thats why they make chocolate and vanilla ice cream. jim
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Old 06-19-2008, 08:20 PM   #3
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<BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-title">quote:</div><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-content">the new cc veranda </div></BLOCKQUOTE>
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Old 06-20-2008, 04:37 AM   #4
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It's a new Country Coach model with a veranda.

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Yes, I did see the article. It's kinda interesting, although all those sliding doors to cover the opening seems a little strange. I guess they don't have a choice but the photo shows a lot of depth with that many doors. Also when the unit is stored while traveling those doors are closed and the window, although providing light, would be behind the glass/screen doors. It would be nice with the awning out for a deck to sit on. If it becomes a hit I'd hope either Country Coach or the awning folks would build a screen room attachment so when camping in areas prone to flying insects, which is about everywhere anymore, the thing would be useful.
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Thanks, I looked on the Country Coach site but did not find anything.
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This link is in the middle of the article that Dirk had his link going to.
You will find a photo of the veranda there.


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The August issue of Motorhome Magazine has the Veranda on the cover, with a few pics and an article inside.
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Looks like wasted space to me.....
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Thanks Mama. If I have the concept right, it's basically a slide out with no roof or solid walls. I think I would have to agree with rebelsbeach's evaluation. To hard to air condition.
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I would rather sit outside on the ground next to my coach UNDER the awning.
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If I had the nice concrete patio & grass on my campsite that's shown on that magazine cover shot, why the heck would I need a "veranda"? The idea of it would've been better had they shown mud under there . But, then, that wouldn't have made a good cover shot.

DH also pointed out that it looks barely wide enough for a camp chair. let alone the camp chair with the table attached like a lot of us have. If more than 1 person wanted to watch the TV, they'd have to line up chairs one behind the other in a column - who would want that?

I guess, to each his own. Someone will buy this coach for that feature....just not me.

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