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Old 12-17-2010, 10:59 AM   #1
mikell
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Join Date: Dec 2010
Location: SW Michigan
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Alpine 3640RL full time in the winter

Got our 2010 about a 2 months ago and are going to winter it out in an old park in south west Michigan. Did it in a 99 Terry last year but got a bit of cabin fever and decided to upgrade. With interest rates and buying a year old new model we couldn't go wrong. Love the bedroom because it seems like a real room with room to dress and walk around the bed. The walk in closet has LOTS of room. The island in the kitchen gives needed counter space but doesn't lock you in a corner.Only issue is getting heat to the rear the fireplace helps but the celing fan goes too fast for such a small space. All in all we'll see how we make out when winter really arrives.

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