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Old 09-16-2015, 10:10 AM   #29
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That's why we bought what we did. Outside storage comp's are fully accessible as well

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Old 09-16-2015, 11:33 AM   #30
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Originally Posted by twojayhawks View Post
Oh my gosh we are all so different! We wanted for as much interior living space as we could get and gave no thought to loosing patio space. Last weekend we brought our chairs from the drivers side patio to the front of the RV for a better view at the setting sun. So....isn't the whole outside of the RV fair game for enjoying the out of doors?
You are very correct. We do not always have to sit under the awning and sometimes do not even put it out. And yes, we have been known to sit in front, behind and all around at times and I would not give up the inside space just because of the awning.

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Old 09-16-2015, 01:47 PM   #31
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I like "twojayhawks" point of view, as we also move around the coach depending on the view and the sun. Before we bought our current coach we considered the loss of space, but we much more appreciate the added space inside on our new coach.

I can only think of one campground we use for weekend getaways with our kids and their RV's, where the sites are really narrow. Even without the slide, the sites are really too narrow to sit under the awning.
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That's why we bought what we did. Outside storage comp's are fully accessible as well

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