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Old 01-08-2011, 05:23 PM   #15
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Absolutely gorgeous! Many happy miles to you. We will take our dog too. As long as he's with us, he's happy. When I leave him at the vet, he won't even eat. :(

I wish I had a place for a paper towel holder.
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Old 01-09-2011, 10:07 AM   #16
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Absolutely gorgeous! Many happy miles to you. We will take our dog too. As long as he's with us, he's happy. When I leave him at the vet, he won't even eat. :(

I wish I had a place for a paper towel holder.
Hi, the paper towel holder is a must for us as I drip, spill, dripple and get stuff all over..hehe OH and so do the furkids. That holder is metal and slips over the inside of the cabinet and can be placed anywhere. Got it at camping world.

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Old 01-09-2011, 10:17 AM   #17
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Great looking rig. Congratulations.

This could be an optical illusion, but in one of your photos it looks like there is slack in the slide cover outside your kitchen (?).

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Old 01-09-2011, 01:31 PM   #18
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REALLY beautiful rig!! Love the set up inside.

I travel with my 6 pomeranians in an 18' TT. Can't imagine NOT having them with me. My dogs love the traveling as much as I do.

What is it that you are using behind your Coach steps, to keep the dogs in the xpen?

FYI; if you want an expen with gates, go here. They have the best, least expensive ones. I have two, so that I have a gate on each end. While only 30" pens, I don't want to have to climb over, every time.
Free shipping and they have in gold and black.
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I can also give you a good, easy, idea for behind the steps. Amazon.com: Stacking Wire Storage Cubes - Set of 4 in Silver: Kitchen & Dining

I got this at a local store called Fred Meyer (owned by Kroger) for $19.95 (not on sale). They come in silver, black & white.

They are individual 14" x 14" peices that you can clip together (I use metal clips from hardware store) into the perfect size to fit from ground to the bottom of your coach- behind your steps and then each end can be clipped to your expens making a perfectly secure area for your dogs.

I run my pens the full length of my rig and have this as the floor. Polypropylene Mat - Pet Supplies, Pet Supply, Pet Dog, Dog Supplies, Pet Products, cat supplies, fish supplies, dog food, cat food, pet dog, Care A Lot Pet Supply

The great thing about these are that you can sanitize them and put on the back of your rig (or in your tub) when traveling. Keeps your dogs clean, even if you are camping in dirt.

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Old 01-09-2011, 03:32 PM   #19
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Great looking rig. Congratulations.

This could be an optical illusion, but in one of your photos it looks like there is slack in the slide cover outside your kitchen (?).

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Yeah it does look to have slack. To be honest we are new at MH so I did not even notice. I am taking it back to the dealer to have a duel pane window changed out, should I have that checked?
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REALLY beautiful rig!! Love the set up inside.

I travel with my 6 pomeranians in an 18' TT. Can't imagine NOT having them with me. My dogs love the traveling as much as I do.

Hi, Yes we will always have the dogs with us. We do have the pens you have with the gates, and behind the steps is a plastic panel from a pallet that we cut and notch around the steps. The pen attaches to that panel.
The trip in the pics was our first in this MH and was raining and storming so we really did not have the outside set up, just enough so that they could go in and out in between rains. Your dogs are cool, my mother in law has a POM...Thanks for the tips on pens and good prices.
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First trip

Fantastic looking coach, congrads and best of traviling. The inside pictures are great and the wood floor realy makes it look like a home. The pups must be a ball to travel with.
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Yeah it does look to have slack. To be honest we are new at MH so I did not even notice. I am taking it back to the dealer to have a duel pane window changed out, should I have that checked?
Thanks for the input,
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Sure, why not? It is probably an easy adjustment.

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