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Old 11-27-2010, 10:23 AM   #15
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Getting a 43' instead of a 33' helps too!
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I'd have no use for a bath and a half, but I sure do wish the one I had was twice as big!!

Our ole gas PA has a real nice kitchen, lots of counter, real oven, big side by side fridge. 6 different portable appliances out all the time!! someone's dreaming, I couldn't do that in the 200sf gourmet kitchen in my stick house!!!

As for the floor plan in the RV, the salon is too big, the bedroom and bathroom too small. We live outside when we're camping, have no need for that big salon.
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Old 11-27-2010, 12:26 PM   #17
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I bought my older Safari because I really liked the floorplan.



The bathroom is huge, and we have the bigger "garden" shower/tub.

Galley area is less than at home, but with the sink panels in and the table clear as a landing zone, it works very well.

Tastes and needs differ. Even with our "wee black doggie", Harry the 150 lb Newf, we have more than enough space to travel or camp comfortably. We've come a long way from out humble pup tent.
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