The great outdoors
We’ve detailed the purpose of this series and the types of RVs potential full-timers might want to avoid in their search for their future home on wheels here. Now, it’s time to start talking about the RVs that full-timers seem to choose most often. Of course, this is mostly opinion and observational based. We have no data and these posts are probably ripe with our personal biases. Still, our feelings on the subject might help you in your choice.
So, this post is entitled “The Minor Leagues” but we aren’t judging. These are all viable choices for full-timers or those that travel extensively in an RV. Each has a lot of benefits but each also has some drawbacks that keep them from being top choices for most RVers. We will detail those pros and cons for travel trailers, class c motorhomes and truck campers. Continue reading
Tags: 5th wheel, Class A, Class C, fifth wheel, full-timing, motorhome, RV, RVing, RVs, travel trailer, truck camper
Does that suck or what? I hate winter. Luckily that’s three years old. We don’t even own that car anymore. Even so, I want to be in San Diego or Florida or Arizona or…
Well, I’m back. I mostly survived the Holidays. Everyone in my family got sick except me (knock on wood), my dad and my nephew’s fiance. Neat! Other than that, it was enjoyable. Ate way too much but that’s part of the fun is it not? Anyway, it’s back to business and time to begin forging ahead.
I’d planned a series of posts about selecting RVs. The ins and outs, the pros and cons, of the various types. But then, Jen and I had a conversation. We’d both love to get a fancy class A and a Jeep to tow behind it but what if we couldn’t. Were saving money to help out but what if things happen and that doesn’t work out? What then. Neither of us are willing to abandon this dream.
So we discussed what we could live with Continue reading