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Posted: 08/11/20 11:52pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Hope you enjoy your Grand Design as much as we do ours.

We walked into the dealership and told them our out the door price target, and had that in writing within 15 minutes.



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TomG2 wrote:

If one does not want to know what their kids or doing or vice versa, bigger is necessary.

I'm certainly thankful that neither my kids nor I feel the need to belittle other people who don't think or act exactly like we do. Maybe that's a benefit of a larger camper?


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spoon059 wrote:


I'm certainly thankful that neither my kids nor I feel the need to belittle other people who don't think or act exactly like we do. Maybe that's a benefit of a larger camper?


Belittle? If the shoe fits.....
I do me, you do you. I don't care if you tow a sixty foot mobile home. I do look at camping as a chance for families to be close together. If that belittles you, sorry.

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TomG2 wrote:

Gdetrailer wrote:

...snip.....

I AM thankful that my parents squashed us all into that little camper.


Well said. I suppose a family could go camping in a three bedroom mobile home but I don't see the point. Cousin Richard, his wife, and five kids had as much fun camping in the back of a farm grain truck as any family in a forty foot fifth wheel. If one does not want to know what their kids or doing or vice versa, bigger is necessary.


X2 from a family of 13 siblings.......


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Dealer cost lookup site.


Well I tried to post link using advanced tool but link was auto removed. Hmm.. Try this way: cut and paste - https://seedealercost.com


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ssthrd wrote:

TomG2 wrote:

Gdetrailer wrote:

...snip.....

I AM thankful that my parents squashed us all into that little camper.


Well said. I suppose a family could go camping in a three bedroom mobile home but I don't see the point. Cousin Richard, his wife, and five kids had as much fun camping in the back of a farm grain truck as any family in a forty foot fifth wheel. If one does not want to know what their kids or doing or vice versa, bigger is necessary.


X2 from a family of 13 siblings.......
We actually downsized from a large double slide bunkhouse to the trailer in my signature. Family of four and its so much more enjoyable in the smaller unit. More places to go, more family time and more time outside, regardless of the weather. Who doesn't love muddy puddles?!


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