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Question for 3100 owners

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Ron Dittmer

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Re: Question for 3100 owners
« Reply #45 on: March 09, 2012, 01:14:49 pm »
After 55 years we still want to share a bed...we may have two dogs and a cat between us...but we're all still there!
Marilyn & Paul  (yahoo)
We are quite far behind you with only 34 years married.  I do undersatnd about the issues that come with age as Aimee outlined because we deal with a few of them already.  But my wife and I think alike on this one.  We hope never the need to resort to separate beds.
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Re: Question for 3100 owners
« Reply #46 on: March 09, 2012, 04:22:47 pm »
We're more like Dharma and Greg - need we say more!!!! roflol
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TomHanlon

Re: Question for 3100 owners
« Reply #47 on: March 09, 2012, 04:35:53 pm »
About a year ago I read on one of the web sites that a study found that 25% of married couples have separate bedrooms. I guess that they get together at times.
My wife and I don't mind sleeping apart as we are both very loud snorers. We keep our cuddle times for when we are awake, to really enjoy them.

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Re: Question for 3100 owners
« Reply #48 on: March 09, 2012, 05:59:06 pm »
I know it not all that far apart, I wised off the other nite and Sharon wacked me, it ain't that far away.        ((hug))
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aimee

Re: Question for 3100 owners
« Reply #49 on: March 09, 2012, 06:08:50 pm »
too far away to steal her pillow, but not too far away for her to keep you in line.  2o2 ;)

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Re: Question for 3100 owners
« Reply #50 on: March 12, 2012, 03:38:06 pm »
As I posted on March 7, we heard back and Kermit indicated that our "proposed" layout can be built so----------

Another nice feature, in addition to the twin beds, Euro chairs with the flip up table and bath in the rear, is that there are 2 windows in the living area (one behind the sofa and one over the flip up table) that would open up the living area to the views outside.

This floorplan, in our opinion, has many advantages over the existing 2910 layout.

Judi
Just an update:: There was a misunderstanding and the 2910 cannot be built as we proposed. What a bummer!!!!!!!!!! They would be able to put the twin beds in the back of the coach (like the discontinued 2950) but by doing that you lose the large wardrobe and the bath is in the middle of the coach. So, wave when you see us go by in our 2551!!!

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TomHanlon

Re: Question for 3100 owners
« Reply #51 on: March 12, 2012, 05:56:11 pm »
Sorry to hear that but I bet your wallet is a happy camper about now.  :-D :lol roflol

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Re: Question for 3100 owners
« Reply #52 on: March 14, 2012, 09:22:36 pm »
Interesting how threads take on a life of their own. My original request for comments about the front-end sofa/dinnette layout has morphed to whether couples like to sleep in the same bed or not.  Reminds me of the game where you whisper something in the ear of the person next to you and let it go around the circle until the last person recites what was said and it's completely different. Not complaining, it's just funny. 
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Re: Question for 3100 owners
« Reply #53 on: March 14, 2012, 10:10:09 pm »
too far away to steal her pillow, but not too far away for her to keep you in line.  2o2 ;)


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aimee

Re: Question for 3100 owners
« Reply #54 on: March 19, 2012, 11:45:02 am »
Interesting how threads take on a life of their own. My original request for comments about the front-end sofa/dinnette layout has morphed to whether couples like to sleep in the same bed or not.  Reminds me of the game where you whisper something in the ear of the person next to you and let it go around the circle until the last person recites what was said and it's completely different. Not complaining, it's just funny. 

It's very conversational in nature.  The forum ends up functioning more like a group of campers sitting around at a party or dinner and letting conversation flow from one subject to another via segue.  Some forums are better at functioning more like FAQ's where the answer matches the topic more strictly.  There is value in both, with the latter helping passers-by more directly, and the former being a more rich source of information (though harder to find without a search) because the conversation flows.  Starting a new topic when the conversation veers off is a little like changing tables at dinner every time you veer off to a new subject, and it does slow down the flow.