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Old 04-02-2006, 06:37 PM   #1
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Well I thought I would'nt do it again, but here I am back in the saddle. Picked this girl up Friday and if it will stop snowing we just may be able to enjoy it. It,s a one owner '00 NationalRv Tropi-Cal 35' with plenty of whistles to include a KingDome and Sleepnumber bed. Hey, we don't have any quads(except for the furry kind) but maybe we can join you folks in the desert sometime.

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Old 04-02-2006, 06:37 PM   #2
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Well I thought I would'nt do it again, but here I am back in the saddle. Picked this girl up Friday and if it will stop snowing we just may be able to enjoy it. It,s a one owner '00 NationalRv Tropi-Cal 35' with plenty of whistles to include a KingDome and Sleepnumber bed. Hey, we don't have any quads(except for the furry kind) but maybe we can join you folks in the desert sometime.

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Old 04-02-2006, 08:40 PM   #3
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Dave!!

Doggoneit! Well welcome back to the iRV2 world!

Ohhh...Sleepnumber...I've been thinking 'bout that one- my back HATES our mattress- can't figure out if it's the mattress or if it's really cold (DW likes to open the fridge door to keep it even colder in the TH at night ).

Good for you! We'll be looking forward to gettin' ya down here for a get-together! Hey...check out 2BH's CalNevOre Rally...it's ways off, but it should be a hoot for ya!
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Old 04-03-2006, 07:19 AM   #4
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Ha! Sean you kill me. I tell Donna we are like the Sprats. Dave can take no heat, his wife can take no cold. Have not slept in it yet but the Sleep Number seems real nice. We have thought many times of getting one for home but did'nt want to pop those bucks just to try one. Now we can see if we like it. BTW,love that new puppy! Our Golden mix we rescued 11/2 years ago is now 110lbs.!!
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Old 04-03-2006, 07:56 PM   #5
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Good looking rig there Hoverbug, glad you got back into something even if it isn't a hauler. Stick around and keep us in line.
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Congrats HB.... That's a nice looking class A.

Looks like it's in great condition.

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Old 04-04-2006, 06:40 PM   #7
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you will love the sleep number bed. We have one at home and it's AWESOME. I'd like one in my TH but can't stomach the $900... I am usually so beat (or so wasted ) that I pass out as soon as I am in bed so I wouldn't really enjoy the bed as much as home.
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Soooooo Dave:

Have you put the SleepNumber to test yet? I've still got it on my "list"!
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WWFan,
Long time no hear. I see you have a new avatar? Which one is you? I must say that I have always wanted a sleep # bed also and have been waiting to hear from someone that actually has one and see if it's all that it's cracked up to be. The thing I like about them is that they suposedly have a 90day money back guarantee or something like that. That's what I need cause all the other beds feel good at the store but you really need to be able to try something like a mattress for a few nights to see if it is really what you want. So how is the Sleep Number bed?
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yes definitly keep us posted on teh sleep # bed, i found a good deal on one but $900 like the man said is up there. I can spend 900 smackers on some other goodies....
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Old 05-11-2006, 04:15 PM   #11
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Hey, thanks for reminding me to report on the Sleep#. Last week we went to a campground in Bend north of us.Kinda the LA of Oregon everything is more expensive up there. www.crownvillarvresort.com. Check it out. I digress. Bottom line.. Donna and I agree(after 32 years, thats somthin special) it's nice, it's comfortable but we prefer our Simmons Beautyrest. It is much better than the stock RV mattress though, and since it mostly air its much lighter. More mpg perhaps??? So thats the story. We're sticking to it.
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