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Old 08-01-2013, 02:57 PM   #43
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This is NOT just me...The collective Outlaw Owners on this forum generally agree...And we understand.

Our RV's are a bit different. Plus people often want to know what is inside the garage:
2014 Outlaw Garage Motorhomes: Class A Toy Hauler RV by Thor Motor Coach

When we arrive, Set-up takes less than 5 minutes to drop the jacks, open the slide and hook-up to shore-ties - BUT - set-up will actually often take the better part of an hour, answering questions from the typical couple or few interested neighbors that want to see the 2 story RV with attached garage

Departure is the same, because neighbors often wait to see you outside in the morning before coming over. My last trip, a guy ran over just as I was finishing break-down and wanted measure the garage to see if his "Rhino" side-by-side would fit

We are usually welcoming of the interest, but we have to make the check-out time just like everyone else.

Ah, it is SO rough having a celebrity RV. It's just part of the fun.

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Old 08-01-2013, 04:20 PM   #44
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This is NOT just me...The collective Outlaw Owners on this forum generally agree...And we understand.

Our RV's are a bit different. Plus people often want to know what is inside the garage:
2014 Outlaw Garage Motorhomes: Class A Toy Hauler RV by Thor Motor Coach

When we arrive, Set-up takes less than 5 minutes to drop the jacks, open the slide and hook-up to shore-ties - BUT - set-up will actually often take the better part of an hour, answering questions from the typical couple or few interested neighbors that want to see the 2 story RV with attached garage

Departure is the same, because neighbors often wait to see you outside in the morning before coming over. My last trip, a guy ran over just as I was finishing break-down and wanted measure the garage to see if his "Rhino" side-by-side would fit

We are usually welcoming of the interest, but we have to make the check-out time just like everyone else.

Ah, it is SO rough having a celebrity RV. It's just part of the fun.

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