cadal99
Excited to have found the space. Grew up camping but haven't done it much lately. Just bought our first ever TT the Retro 176s in November  and so tough to immediately put into storage... Can't wait for spring!  Hopefully some good weather coming so I can practice parking it before then 🙂 Any other owners in Northern Colorado area?
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Alabama Jim
Welcome to the Retro world and the forum.  I pray God blesses you with many fun and safe trips.
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retro195man
That will find you a chance to customize the inside. Enjoy. 
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fireblot
Welcome!
It’s always sad to put your Retro in storage.... it makes feel guilty! 

Peter
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fireblot
it makes “me” feel guilty... need my glasses!
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Kathleen
Welcome.  I have the Retro 150, and kind of in the same boat.  I have it in storage, but it is only a block away,  so have been able to set up the inside for camping. I bought it 10-27, this yr.  I may make a small camping trip next month since I don't have to deal with snow here in Central California.
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sunvalleyjoe
Central Ca is home to Pinnacles Nat Mount. nice place to stay no hook ups but lots of hiking in the rock caves. We would make the trip but with my luck it would snow in the Sierras and I do not have chains for the 150.Have a Happy New Year. GBA!!SVJ
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Kathleen
I have camped there several times tent camping.  Really enjoyed it.  Most times I had deer come into my campsite.  A couple of times I also had wild pigs and a raccoon.  The last time I was there it was with my 79 plamor trailer. They had electric and water hook ups.  That was probably  5 or 6 yrs ago.  No wild animals  visits then.  When I first camped there I think it was privately own.  Down the road further was the Pinnacles Nat. Mount. Campground. No hookups, No nothing.  Then somewhat later the Pinnacles Campground was donated to Pinnacles Nat. Mount. I think that happened 6 or 7 yrs ago. 
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