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Old 10-03-2014, 04:57 PM   #21
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I do like that in the 36rl. If I am seeing the floor plan correctly, you can also get to the bed through the bathroom, without putting the slides out. Both are very important to me, as it so much easier, when traveling, to catch a nap, or a bathroom break without moving the slides. I also like being able to open refer doors while traveling, without moving slides. Usable bathroom, bedroom, and refrigerators, without opening slides, should be in all manufacturer's designs, for all RVs.
you can get to the bed, but have to crawl over the bed to get to the closet.

The only thing you cant get to is the rear cupboards, pantry, or entertainment area.
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Old 10-03-2014, 11:06 PM   #22
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^Getting ready to spend my first night in my RW. So far, I am thoroughly impressed. We even had an unexpected surprise when going through the PDI, an outside tv. Yes, I noticed I could get to important things, being the bed, bathroom, and half of the refer.
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Congratulations JerryL, good luck with your PDI and enjoy your new Redwood!!!
We found no faults, except not being able to find the key to the compartment in the main back of the unit.
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Another thing I love, is no storage over the bed. No more knocking our brains out, getting up half asleep.
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We found no faults, except not being able to find the key to the compartment in the main back of the unit.

Congratulations on that new 36RL. Enjoy and have many happy, safe travels.
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Congratulations on the new rw.
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Congratulations on the new RW and have safe travels!
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Congratulations on delivery! Enjoy that rig!
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