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Old 07-22-2022, 10:58 AM   #1
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Hello, We are Roy and Dolores. We have been RVing for over 55 years and during this time have owned three class A motorhomes, one truck camper, one fifth wheel, and four trailers. We travel from Central Oregon each winter and spend about four months as snow birds in California, Arizona and Nevada. We spend a total of about five months in our RV per year including hunting and fishing.

We ordered our new Timber Ridge 26KVS in January of 2022. We hope to take possession of the new (2023) trailer in August of this year if we're lucky. In this day and age buyers must purchase an RV without being able to see it first or know how much it is going to cost. With that in mind Dolores wonders where the dishes and glass ware are stored in the 26KVS as there are no overhead cabinets in the kitchen of this model. Any advice would be appreciated.
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Roy and Dolores, I can't help you out with your storage question, but I did want to say welcome to the forum and the the Outdoors RV Owners group. I hope the time passes quickly for you during the wait for your new ORV, and I wish you many more years of happy camping memories with it!

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Welcome, Roy and Dolores!

We're picking up our 2023 26KVS Mountain Series a week from today in Pendleton and will settle in during our weekend there before heading for home via Bend and Alturas. I should have some storage ideas for you after my girlfriend has taken her first shot at the kitchen.

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Old 07-24-2022, 12:35 PM   #5
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Thanks for your post. Thompson RV in Pendleton looks to be a great dealer. If you are going to overnight in Bend we would like to meet you and see your new trailer. Because our 26KVS is a Titanium they are built after the Mountain Series and as a result I have learned our trailer was built on the 17th of July, but, is waiting for parts to arrive to complete the order; i.e. fantastic vents, etc.

Good luck to you on taking delivery.

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Thanks for your post. Thompson RV in Pendleton looks to be a great dealer. If you are going to overnight in Bend we would like to meet you and see your new trailer. Because our 26KVS is a Titanium they are built after the Mountain Series and as a result I have learned our trailer was built on the 17th of July, but, is waiting for parts to arrive to complete the order; i.e. fantastic vents, etc.

Good luck to you on taking delivery.

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Thanks! Feel free to shoot me a PM here and we'll see if we can arrange a rendezvous.
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When you arrive in Bend and get settled give us a call at 541-420-8251.

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Hello, We are Roy and Dolores. We have been RVing for over 55 years and during this time have owned three class A motorhomes, one truck camper, one fifth wheel, and four trailers. We travel from Central Oregon each winter and spend about four months as snow birds in California, Arizona and Nevada. We spend a total of about five months in our RV per year including hunting and fishing.

We ordered our new Timber Ridge 26KVS in January of 2022. We hope to take possession of the new (2023) trailer in August of this year if we're lucky. In this day and age buyers must purchase an RV without being able to see it first or know how much it is going to cost. With that in mind Dolores wonders where the dishes and glass ware are stored in the 26KVS as there are no overhead cabinets in the kitchen of this model. Any advice would be appreciated.
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Welcome Ray & Dolores,
We have a 2020 26 KVS TimberRidge. And love it. We don't have a ton of dishes in the RV. Most are melamine. I keep them in the cupboards that are beside the recliners. They are the tall ones. I also use plastic baskets to keep other stuff in those cupboards to keep stuff in place. I also don't keep a lot of heavy stuff in the cupboards that are over the recliners. I hope that this helps you out. Have a great time in your new RV,
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Old 07-27-2022, 10:28 AM   #10
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Thanks for your feedback. I was hoping to store the dishes and glass ware under the kitchen counter. As with any new RV one must adapt a little.

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When you arrive in Bend and get settled give us a call. Our phone number is 541-420-8251. Thanks

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Thanks, the new video was a great help and we were not aware of it. Thanks again.

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