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Keystone Passport UltraLite 300BH

One of the great joys of my childhood was sharing good times with friends. With a sizable living area, a well-appointed galley and a decent amount of storage space, the lightweight dual-slide Keystone Passport seems to be designed for just that purpose. Plus, the Passport can sleep up to eight people — which is always helpful for the unexpected overnight guests when those good times extend into the wee hours of the morning.

Entering the trailer, the master bedroom area is to the right, and it features a television/entertainment center in a floor-to-ceiling cabinet centered at the foot of the bed. The real highlight of this entertainment center is that it’s equipped with a 19-inch high-definition LCD flat-screen television that rotates to face either the bedroom or the main living quarters.

Read more of this story by Preston Gratiot.

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