mark
We brought home ( Santa Rosa, Calif ) our new 2019 179SE yesterday. Second Travel trailer since 2017. Cheryl and I are retired and spent approx 50 nights camping last year, in our 2017 Casita SD. ( 4 sale). Plan on more this year in our new, roomier floor plan.
Excited to be a member here, and full of questions about the Retro.
1st question, is there a difference in "White Water Retro" and " Retro". Ours does not say White Water, but several I have seen on the web do?

Happy trails.

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Mark

Please buy " Made In USA " if possible!
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Tiki2some
Welcome to the Wonderful World of Retro, Mark & Cheryl. We're not legacy Retro owners either, but it appears "Whit Water" was a badge/brand name riverside had early on. I don't know the history of the nomenclature, but the overall design look appears the same. Meanwhile, mechanics and functional design have improved over the years. In any case, there's no doubt that between Riverside, Retro, and White Water there were just too many names for one thing. Many Happy Trails!
~ Linda & Bill
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sunvalleyjoe
glad to see another retro owner in the area we live in Reno and our oldest son lives  in Santa Rosa . We have a Red and gray 150 circa 2013. We just got back from Bishop area  10 days was great. GBA!!SVJ
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fireblot
Hi Mark! Welcome to the forum! I like the gray and turquoise color scheme! 

Peter
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sjmiller
Congrats on your new trailer!  I am sure you will make many happy memories with it!  One of the best things about these Retros is that they are so dang cute, they put smiles on everyone's faces.  From our owner's perspective, we also get a great trailer.  Happy Trails!
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mark
Thank you all for your welcome! Packing today for our shake-down trip. 4 nights at Klamath River.
Happy trails.
Mark

Please buy " Made In USA " if possible!
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Kathleen
Welcome to the forum.  I have a 2016 Riverside White Water 150, since October 2018.
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