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Nancy K.

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  1. Thank you again for all the detailed information. Makes me sad that we had to cancel our Glacier trip back in July (without an Ollie.) Good reminder that September plans for any year could be upended.
  2. I click the "Unread Content" line on the top right, then decide which topics might apply to me.
  3. I made my own sheets from king sheets cut to size, used the measurements from the Oliver University part of the website. We haven't picked up yet, but hopefully they will work fine!
  4. Welcome! We are close to you in Fuquay-Varina and will be picking up our Elite II in mid October.
  5. Oliver no longer makes the twin beds with storage underneath to my knowledge. But there are lots of other storage areas.
  6. I'm not sure about the length of the PDI since we haven't picked ours up yet, but some things to consider: Are you likely to also encounter the same storms on the road Wednesday? 5 hours in a car will be longer with the trailer. Will you be getting near Atlanta during rush hour? Hope all works out well for you!
  7. Has anyone camped at Cumberland Gap National Historic Park? Considering going there in November. Would also like suggestions for other campgrounds within 3 hours of there. Thanks for your help.
  8. I was sure I wanted the frosted doors until we traveled to TN and saw them in person. I decided it would be better not to be able to see the outlines of the items inside the cabinets. I also wanted black doors to go with the Samba counters.
  9. I noticed just now that the Oliver website in the Standard Options sections mentions "5 Decor Options" with photos coming soon. Maybe this is what Jordan had mentioned to us that the company might be moving towards certain decor packages rather than each customer selecting all the individual components? Might simplify things for some but would also cut out some of the permutations of counters/cushions/floors available. I assume that since we have already placed our order we won't have to go with whatever the decor options are...
  10. Regarding the noise, I have heard from several sources that this is true (we don't yet have our Ollie so maybe someone can confirm.): All you have to do is press and hold the 1 key for 3 seconds. You will hear a beep and then be able to use the keyless entry on your RV without the annoying beeping.
  11. Finally found a picture that I took in the Oliver showroom where they have a little dinette setup for you to mix and match options. This is not what we eventually chose, but it shows Mont Blanc counter and and Flannel cushions together, and I believe it is the Baron floor.
  12. It might be two different colors of cushions or as you said the lighting could be different. The dinette photo to me looks darker than Mont Blanc did in person. So I'm not much help here. The floor in the dinette picture looks lie Baron to me,
  13. Thank you, SeaDawg, I received it as a gift, wish I knew the source! It's brighter in person than it looks in the photo. It does look very similar to some fabrics made by Spoonflower so you might try them. https://www.amazon.com/Spoonflower-Map-Fabric-Adventure-Signature/dp/B07RTZHM95 https://www.amazon.com/Mountain-Fabric-Mountains-Adventure-Watercolour/dp/B07RST6GYG
  14. Hi Susan, I felt like chrome and Mont Blanc went well together but I was concerned that chrome might show dirt a lot more. I personally did not feel that Knox coordinated as well with Mont Blanc or Samba because there was quite a bit of warm tan mixed with the grey in the Knox samples. But I'd love to see the photos that others have. You can also check out this photo gallery: https://olivertraveltrailers.com/travel-trailers/legacy-elite-2/photo-gallery/
  15. I would choose upholstery first and then choose the countertop. When we actually saw the upholstery side by side with counter samples and floor samples in Hohenwald, we changed our minds about some options. Finally chose black cabinet doors, Samba counters (black) and flannel upholstery (dark grey) and Baron floors. (Baron has a much more grey vibe overall than Knox.) Sounds like a lot of darkness but in the actual trailer it looked great against the white interior. Maybe ask someone at the sales office to put together the options you are considering at the sample dinette there and send yo
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