Saw a sweet 35 footer today at Bass Pro’s RV show. Dan is completely surprised (and happy) that I’m starting to come around to a Class A over a Class C. The more we look the more I really like the panoramic view you get in a class A front seats and the basement storage in class C’s just doesn’t even come close to the storage in a class A. At this point we are keeping our options open and will keep looking. There are so many different things to consider when you are going full time verses just vacationing in these. I am so glad that the last year we found so many full time blogs to follow, along with the chat rooms, and the up coming fall rally. I really can’t stress enough what a difference these have made and how many mistakes they may have helped us avoid (I’m sure we will still make plenty) but we are grateful we have these resources.
Sample: Today when we were looking at RV’s I have been thinking all along that a regular (propane) oven was on my must have list vs a microwave/convection combo oven. Many rv’s only have this combo. In the chat I asked about this and it was pointed out that if you are boondocking or drycamping you would might want to use the propane oven verses running the generator or running down your solar batteries with the convection oven. They’re right, I want to keep that as a must have option. Thanks guys! Again, just one of many things they have helped us through in this process.
So the list goes on, solar, batteries, inverters, BLM maps, boondocking, CCCW, toads, to name a few….Sometimes I feel like we are learning a whole new language that is only truly understood by this nomad group of full timers who love sharing anything you would like info about. Way too cool!
Well here is tomorrow’s project, how embarrassing can a messy garage be…geeze. There is a 1964 Ford engine behind the incomplete dresser and I don’t think any rv basement storage can handle this.
my first blog pics!!! 🙂