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Old 10-26-2014, 03:28 PM   #15
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2 Story RV (second story loft) w/ attached garage

Just the bike:
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The garage is a wonderful multi-purpose room. We have used it as a garage (of course), a guest room with trundle beds and carpet, a kennel room, a moving van, and a shop...what could you do with an attached garage?!
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Fell in love with the black leather in the Ellipse. It is so rich and different from most other coaches, got tired of the whites and tans.
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We bought ours because we love the openness and light -- and the fact that it still works pretty darn good with the slide in.

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A few interiors of the new retro brave:
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Rolling in style! Very nice.
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Here is our rig. Works well for us.
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What a great kitchen! On our hunt for our next motorhome this was my wife's biggest complaint, lack of counter top and storage in just about everything these days. Unfortunately our new Dutch Star will not have near as good a galley space as this ... can only hope she doesn't look at these photos!
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Love the light wood tones and neutral fabrics (like Rick and Lynda's Adventurer, above).
The dark cherrywood interiors are very beautiful, but we prefer how lighter colors seems to open a space.
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Rick, I did a double take when I saw your 05 Winnebago. Our 06 Itasca has the exact same layout, kitchen, even the glass door to the bedroom (which I removed but kept). The openness of the opposing slides with the kitchen going out one way and the living room the other, plus all the counter top space is what sold us. My wife is an active cook, so a large kitchen was a necessity. We've looked at newer rigs, but can't find anything that works better for us.
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