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2017 155XL - Dina & Tom from Ewing, NJ
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November 6, 2016
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Dina
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Hi! My hubby, daughter and I just returned from our first camping trip with our new Retro. After 3 years of tent camping, this was wonderful. Especially since we can fall camp when it’s usually too cold for a tent.

Our little retro was the smallest camper among a sea of giants. But those big guys all looked the same while our retro turned heads. Folks were coming from other sites to look at it and we met some great folks.

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November 7, 2016
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Cute as it can be.  Welcome to the retro world.  Glad you are having fun.  May God grant you many safe and enjoyable trips.

November 7, 2016
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Welcome to the Riverside RV forums!

 

Awesome little retro you have thanks for sharing! Its fun having one of the smallest campers yet its one of the most noticeable campers. 

November 9, 2016
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Welcome to the Forums! We like the size of our White Water Retro also. Before we had a 25ft trailer that just wasn’t cutting it for us because of how heavy it was. Our Riverside White Water Retro 181 is lightweight and my Pathfinder can pull it like it’s nothing. My husband was thinking of a pop up trailer when we found these and I loved the set up in each of them. I like the cozy feel it has to it but also like how I still feel like I am camping. Our old trailer felt like a house on wheels and I didn’t really like that about it. 

November 10, 2016
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The same thing happened to us! We were planning on a popup but saw the retro and fell in love – plus it has everything we need in less than 15 feet (hubby and I never towed before and are anything but naturals at it).

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