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Old 06-01-2015, 11:01 PM   #1
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Default Fun Finder in the rain -- better than it sounds!

Dear Fun Finderers --

Here is our latest trip report -- we spent a week in the rain and clouds in the Sierra, and it was fun!

http://danschechter.blogspot.com/201...oia-kings.html

If you have a few minutes, feel free to check it out!

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Old 06-02-2015, 06:24 AM   #2
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WOW ...NICE!!!

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very very nice !!!!
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Old 06-02-2015, 09:43 PM   #4
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Wow! Looks like a great trip! thanks for sharing it.
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Looks great , very nice place !! Thanks for sharing the pics , hope to do that once in my life !! How did the fun finder hold up for the trip ?
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The Fun Finder did great! We were on some very rough forest roads, with big rocks and ruts and mud and sand. No problem. We have the "axle flip" setup for more clearance, and leaf springs, and shocks. And we go really slowly and carefully -- five miles an hour on those dirt roads. No trouble at all.

The other thing is the amazing insulation they build into the trailer -- it was about 33 degrees every night, and never over 45 in the day. The trailer was quite comfortable -- we did not run the heat except at shower time in the evening. Otherwise, our body heat kept the trailer at about 55 or so, which is just fine with enough warm clothing. At night, we would open the bathroom hatch wide, and it would drop to about 40. With a heavy comforter, we slept like hibernating bears.
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You guys sound like Native Canadians .... the coldest Yoly can tolerate at night is 65 and when we're up and about in the cabin, 70 (or so she claims)

When we traveled in the truck by itself and slept in the back with no heat, she never complained, even down to the 30s but The Heart of Gold has spoiled her
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You two are amazing. Always.
Great post.
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