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Peanut#13

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Oh and I should have said that we are only looking for about a 22-24' max trailer - just a little longer than we have to accommodate the w/a bed and bit bigger bathroom.

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One of my irritants is most trailers have the dinette and sofa on the same side. If you want to have a conversation it's like being on a bus stop. Always talking over the heads of others. Our trailer has the dinette opposite the sofa. Makes for a great conversation area. When it comes time to replace our current trailer, it's going to be a tough floorplan to find.


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tll - I hadn't even thought of that one but good point...we only have a dinette in the little trailer...

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Peanut#13 wrote:

okeydokey - thought this might be a friendly site with a bit of a sense of humour AND maybe a couple of suggested options for trailers that might have the some or all of the floorplan ideas I'm looking for but apparently not!


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I'll see what I can do fer ya

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We really have no peeves about our Dart.
Don’t have a problem with the bed.
The toilet is in view with the door open, but never thought about it.
The largest window looks out the driver’s side, but we don’t spend much time inside while we are awake.
I put in a residential sink and made a 2 piece cover for it for more counter space.
We use the dinette table for temporary counter space.
We love the amount of storage we have and the big bathroom.
All in a 21’ package with a 2000 pound cargo capacity.
Unfortunately, it’s an orphan and we haven’t seen another trailer quite like it.


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If we could somehow wave a wand and fit a w/a bed and actual bathroom into our 19' Travelaire (actually 16' cabin space) we'd keep it forever. So sturdy & well built - nothing feels flimsy! They don't make them anymore but if they did I'd navigate straight to them. It has a great amount of storage space. Lots of counter space with the smaller older stainless steel double sink (also has a counter piece to fit in/over the sinks, and a flip up extension. It has LOTS of nice size windows, all side sliders for great air movement - so bright inside and the kitchen is on the awning side which I love. A single door fridge with HUGE little freezer that amazes me how much I can get in there! We had the regular ceiling fan taken out and a Fantastic Fan installed and have never felt the need for air conditioning even on the hottest days - those things are super. Like most, we are only inside to prepare some of our food & sleep unless its coming down buckets or really miserable then the games are on inside at the dinette. The Teensy with a capital T bathroom is hilarious but has everything you need in there - it was fine and dandy when we were young'uns and could bend like Gumby & Pokey to shower but not so easy now.

I was inside a trailer at one point that had all the features on my wish list and I regret not making a note at that time of the name of the rig. All I remember is it was 24' long including hitch and it was a lightweight - we noted it was under the recommendation for hauling with our V8 Explorer.

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Want more room, get a slideout. For us, the dog no longer has to back up to move around... And we don't have to play the human chinese puzzle of OK, you sit down so I can cook, wash the dishes. Now move to the bed or dinette so I can get to the bathroom. Or the ultimate solution, GET OUT and take the dogs...

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