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Old 10-19-2015, 05:24 PM   #1
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Stars & fall colors

I believe this is my favorite time of year for camping. The afternoons are filled with color and the night sky seems a little clearer. This past week end we took our son and granddaughters camping. My son was playing with his camera late at night.
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WOW Dave , ,

That's an awesome shot ! ! Where were guys ?
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That was taken in Illinois last Saturday night. The shutter was set at 30 seconds with a 18 fish eye lens.

That night we couldn't see those stars with the naked eye but the lens picked them up.
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D&G.jpgWe were playing with a some new equipment and enjoying the fall colors. Here a shot that will end up on our cards that we hand out as we meet new people
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Dave , this is my buddies Aspire , he LOVES it !
They are real nice!

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We sure enjoy ours....I hope to meet your brother someday at a rally
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We sure enjoy ours....I hope to meet your brother someday at a rally
It's my buddies.. he is dieselgem over on RV.NET.. got rid of his F-450 and 43' Escalade Toy Hauler... and has never looked back !
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You have to buy a RV for what you're going to use it for. I loved my Redwood but it no longer fit our needs due to the amount of time spent on the road. For some people the 5th wheel is the best option but for us it wasn't. With that said though......there is a tremendous difference in build quality and I believe some of this is because of weight issues. The 5th wheels have to keep their weight down so they can be pulled by the trucks. The bus has it's own power plant and this isn't an issue. For example......I had to remove my bathroom door. It weighs every bit of 80 lbs because it's 2 inches thick and SOLID wood (not particle board or plywood). The 5th wheel doors are hollow and I would guess weigh around 15 lbs.

This comparison goes all through the coach when it comes to weight. and construction. BUT again.....A MH isn't good at sitting still.
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I really like the look of the Entegras. I went to a RV show in OR this weekend and if I was traveling more I would get a Anthem. But for now I am sticking with the RW until we get to Travel more then we might go back to the Pusher. Sweet Ride you have Dave
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Attachment 1584We were playing with a some new equipment and enjoying the fall colors. Here a shot that will end up on our cards that we hand out as we meet new people
What a lovely photo of you, Ginny, and the wheels!
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You have to buy a RV for what you're going to use it for. I loved my Redwood but it no longer fit our needs due to the amount of time spent on the road. For some people the 5th wheel is the best option but for us it wasn't. With that said though......there is a tremendous difference in build quality and I believe some of this is because of weight issues. The 5th wheels have to keep their weight down so they can be pulled by the trucks. The bus has it's own power plant and this isn't an issue. For example......I had to remove my bathroom door. It weighs every bit of 80 lbs because it's 2 inches thick and SOLID wood (not particle board or plywood). The 5th wheel doors are hollow and I would guess weigh around 15 lbs.

This comparison goes all through the coach when it comes to weight. and construction. BUT again.....A MH isn't good at sitting still.
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If I spent 250000 on a fver I could have the same quality. I would need a Pete to pull it
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If I spent 250000 on a fver I could have the same quality. I would need a Pete to pull it

I tried to buy a Pete but Ginny was narrow minded about the idea.......sure would have been sexy though
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Yup hear ya
I tried the same thing with the DW. I ended up with the dually even tried the sleeper micro fridge to no avail. She not as frisky as she usta be
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Great shots! Gorgeous MH! .....someday

I'm sitting in a pile of leaves myself!
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Great pictures

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Great shots! Gorgeous MH! .....someday

I'm sitting in a pile of leaves myself!
But she looks pretty in that pile of leaves!
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Great shots! Gorgeous MH! .....someday

I'm sitting in a pile of leaves myself!

Brad, that looks GREAT. Redwood should buy that picture from you to use in their marketing.
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The colors do look nice in a fall background.
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Brad, that looks GREAT. Redwood should buy that picture from you to use in their marketing.
Buy , they plucked mine off the internet and have been using it on their website for the last year !!!
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Ya, I figure if my pictures are here, they are open to public use.
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