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46  Main Forum / General Discussion / Re: 6 way power seat on: October 21, 2011, 10:02:57 am
Love the forum. Well I'm not tall. The better half is just short. Just a hair over 5 feet and thats a lot of the reason she doesn't like to drive. On every car she has had from the Chevy Chevette, the Tercel, the Colt, to the last two Subaru Foresters she has sat on a pillow. Maybe a power seat would be a good idea for the range of motion so she could drive on the Interstates. She really doesnt like to unless she has to. With no slide a swivel drivers seat is useless anyway.
47  Main Forum / General Discussion / 6 way power seat on: October 20, 2011, 02:50:06 pm
Is the 6 way power seat worth it? I'm the only one that is going to drive this pleasure dome so I question the need of a 6 way power seat? I would defiantly get a passenger seat that swivels but should the drivers seat also?
48  Main Forum / General Discussion / Re: what magazines or books to read for a newbe on: October 12, 2011, 03:23:57 pm
We were at Danforth Bay in Freedom NH the weekend after Labor Day for the Phoenix Rally. Were you aware that it was happening there
Not too far from you guys. Very nice campground.

Judi and George

Hi Judi. No, I just found this group and the PC a couple of weeks ago. I had gone to a Camper World store on a rainy Sunday and saw a Winnabago View which I liked, but Jackie did not like the bed above the cab. So that got me looking at other Sprinter based options. And here is where I landed. I would have loved to have known about the rally as it would have been great to see some of these units in person and get a feeling of them. I am sure that there will be others happening. Maybe not so close but I dont mind taking a trip to see for my self.
49  Main Forum / General Discussion / what magazines or books to read for a newbe on: October 12, 2011, 12:55:29 pm
Hello Folks

Richard and Jackie from NH here. We are on our search for our first RV. We are veteran campers but an air mattress on the ground in our LL Bean tent no longer does it. In my searching I have ended up here and based on the great people I have corresponded with, this forum, and the very helpful folks at Phoenix this is where I will end up. I'm buying the knowledge I have found here and the company, the RV just comes with it. My question is what magazines or books do you recommend for some first timers like us? I already subscribe to Trailer Life. Our search started with a Hybrid trailer, then up to a hard sided, and now to this class C/B+. Our camping is done mostly in State Parks and the off the beaten path camp grounds. We will still use our tents for some of the more wilderness camping we do in northern Maine and New Hampshire. If anyone knows it our favorite place is South Arm Campground near Andover Maine. When our daughter was little we tent camped in the campground. As she grew older we canoed up the lake to the wilderness sites. Lost food to a bear a few times and had a moose wander right through the middle of our campsite once. But now our daughter is grown and gone to Tahoe and if we want to see her we will need to travel there. A PC 2350 looks like a very nice way to do that. Plus it will help get us out here on the weekends close to home too. Any suggestions you may have will be greatly appriciated.
50  Main Forum / Polls / Re: How many people are using eBooks and what brand do you use? on: October 11, 2011, 02:56:40 pm
Kindle, 2000 books in the space of a paperback. I got it with the leather cover that has a LED reading light built in. My wife loves that as I don't desturb her with my late night reading. The screen is easy to read even in the bright sun. Fully charged even using the light every night the Kindle stays charged up for at least a week. Recharges in just a few hours.
51  Main Forum / Photos / Re: Pictures Of A 2007 2350 With Fixed Dinette (no slide out) on: October 11, 2011, 01:07:36 pm
Ron, you got me thinking! I like the extra storage space.
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