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Seasonal for sale on Winnie at Denny's Resort

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1977 32' NuWa Hitchhiker 5th wheel for sale at Denny's Resort on Big Winnie. Camper is in good shape, and completely set up just steps away from the harbor. Lot rent has been paid for the 2007 season and includes seasonal lot, dock fees and harbor fees on protected harbor. MUST SELL!! $4,000.00 or Best Offer! We also have a Reese Slide 5th wheel hitch, and a 5000w generator.

Photos can be seen at http://s189.photobucket.com/albums/z73/kslundquist/

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I would also be interested in some pictures of the unit as well as some detail. bgfish00@yahoo.com

What is the condition of your unit. How many do you sleep? What is the lot like. Deck or Shed up there? What are the details to the rental of the lot?

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Would like pictures and details on sesonal rent cost, etc.

Send to Leeseedfarm@yahoo.com

Regards,

Scott Lee

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Pics and details also please fishtrap3@yahoo.com

I have a buddy staying at a resort on Winni now. Is anyone up there so he could take a look at it for me since he is there???? What are the fees that go with the camper??

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hi everyone my wife will send pictures to you all later tonight. Lot lease is $1200 plus $100 if you store it there for the winter. Lease has been paid for this year. I will be there Saturday morning otherwise you can go to the resort and ask for Pat and he will show it to you. Let me Know if you have any more questions.

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How many will the camper sleep?

Is Denny's on the south end of the lake?

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hi krats, the camper will sleep 4. Yes Dennys is on the southeast corner of lake.

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what do you need for the generator?

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fishin5 asking $400 for generator

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how much for the hitch?

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$450 for hitch

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Still have the hitch for sale??

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yes hitch is still available

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Can you send me your phone # to brezac at frontiernet.net Thanks

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hitch is sold

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