Roccosamore
Anyone interested in a meet up for West Coast Retro Owners? Sometime this Summer. Maybe No. Calif or So. Oregon. Let me know, I would be interested and could organize.
Thanks
Rocco
2015 177 SE
1990 Chevy Suburban 5.7L
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Retro-Active
See my post under East Coast Campgrounds. I was not able to cut and paste to put it onto this thread.
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sunvalleyjoe
sounds good to me how about Hat Creek area. Close to Burney falls, Lava Caves and Mt Lassen NP. Maybe even Mc Cloud area and Shasta . Like i have said in the past only 1 other Retro in Reno area. My son lives in Mendcino County and has seen quite a few at FT Bragg area.
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RebelRays
Lol, we live in the area sunvalleyjoe mentions. There are a lot of interesting things to do in that area and it is very pretty. Put us down as a yes for any West Coast meetup
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raytaylr
Sounds like fun. Bought our 166 3 months ago and have yet to sleep in it! It's about time. Hope the heater works
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sunvalleyjoe
our heater worked great at Twin Lake last fall. Some people believe they are tooo noisy . But at 70+ I rather be warm than worry about a little noise. GBA!!SVJ
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RetroEddie
Hello All,

Just purchased our 265BH and we would definitely be interested... I am in LA County. 


265 Retro Whitewater.jpg 
Cheers,

Eddie
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sunvalleyjoe
wow never realized they made Retros that long. What is the length. We had the 150 just under 16 ft. Do you know about Lone Pine ca. We camp there every spring for a week . right off 395 it is call Lake Diaz. Good fishing . Have seen quite a few Retros from SOCAL there also. GBA!!SVJ
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Houston Frost
We live in No. CA.  and are interested in meeting up with other retro owners.😊
Frosty Retro[wave]
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sunvalleyjoe
Hey neighbor we live just n of Reno and also have a place in Portola. Hope this west coast get together happens.GBA!!SVJ
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RetroEddie
Hey SunvalleyJoe!!

yup, she is 27' long and absolutely great, especially with the bunk beds. I do know where Lone Pine is but have never been and sounds great with the fishing. ðŸ˜Ž
Cheers,

Eddie
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sunvalleyjoe
Did not realize they made them that long.We have a Jayco 32 ft with slide out at Lake davis just to big for me to maneuver anymore.Diaz Lake has spaces to accommodate 40 footer  at Lone Pine but no hook ups.So many campground have small sites the 150 gives us the advantage of many open spaces. Enjoy. GBA!!SVJ 
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