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Can't believe someone deposited this AND that I was able to get it ...

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Someone deposited a 3 BR LOCKOUT at the Timbers - CMV. I still can't believe someone didn't split it up, but lucky for me AND my Girl Scout Troop we were able to get it. Now the whole troop can be in just one suite and not throughout the resort!

I'm assuming no Tuggers would have kept a 3 BR without splitting it, right? Do you think bluegreen would have deposited it this way? I know it's not a prime week (6/11 - 18), but I'm still surprised by it. :eek:
 

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OOps! Me and my Boy Scout Troop got the unit next door. :eek:
 

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I think an owner deposited it. Perhaps they wanted a 3 br back out in trade.
 

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Way to go Sherry. :)

Bruce

sdwrdt said:
Someone deposited a 3 BR LOCKOUT at the Timbers - CMV. I still can't believe someone didn't split it up, but lucky for me AND my Girl Scout Troop we were able to get it. Now the whole troop can be in just one suite and not throughout the resort!

I'm assuming no Tuggers would have kept a 3 BR without splitting it, right? Do you think bluegreen would have deposited it this way? I know it's not a prime week (6/11 - 18), but I'm still surprised by it. :eek:
 

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sdwrdt said:
Someone deposited a 3 BR LOCKOUT at the Timbers - CMV. I still can't believe someone didn't split it up, but lucky for me AND my Girl Scout Troop we were able to get it. Now the whole troop can be in just one suite and not throughout the resort! I'm assuming no Tuggers would have kept a 3 BR without splitting it, right? Do you think bluegreen would have deposited it this way? I know it's not a prime week (6/11 - 18), but I'm still surprised by it. :eek:
Any good 2BR will pull a 3BR in RCI. The only advantage to having a 3BR deposit is the ability to execute an ongoing search for a 3BR unit.
 

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What is the unit number? :)

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sdwrdt said:
Someone deposited a 3 BR LOCKOUT at the Timbers - CMV. I still can't believe someone didn't split it up, but lucky for me AND my Girl Scout Troop we were able to get it. Now the whole troop can be in just one suite and not throughout the resort!

I'm assuming no Tuggers would have kept a 3 BR without splitting it, right? Do you think bluegreen would have deposited it this way? I know it's not a prime week (6/11 - 18), but I'm still surprised by it. :eek:
 

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I don't even know how to find out except for speaking to someone ...

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What is the unit number? :)

Bruce
Besides talking to a VC, how do I find that out?

I wasn't that worried about the unit - thought all Timbers were alike - was I wrong?

And, thankfully, JLB, my Girl Scouts are still at the age where boys are "gross", but since they are 5th and 6th graders, I can't expect that for much longer. So you keep those boys away! :D
 

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Just call the VC and find out the unit number and then go to the Tug reviews as I had posted a map of the the resort that has the unit numbers a few years ago.

If you have a unit number of 801 to 816 then you have a Deluxe Timbers.

If you have a unit number of 818 to 833 then you have one of the older Timber Townhouses.

If the unit number you received is not on that map then you have one of the newer Townhouse units.

Bruce :D

sdwrdt said:
Besides talking to a VC, how do I find that out?

I wasn't that worried about the unit - thought all Timbers were alike - was I wrong?

And, thankfully, JLB, my Girl Scouts are still at the age where boys are "gross", but since they are 5th and 6th graders, I can't expect that for much longer. So you keep those boys away! :D
 
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don't let them fool you ...

geekette said:
I think an owner deposited it. Perhaps they wanted a 3 br back out in trade.
I have NEVER deposited more than a 1 BR, nor have I accepted less than a 2 BR in trade. AND I have put in searches for 2 br or greater - without a problem.

I know that part of it is the fact that I am not overly-picky in what we'll trade in to. As long as it's been cleaned from the previous users and has enough beds, a kitchen with facilities and a bathroom and is where we want to be, it's good enough for us.
 
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