9-4-10 Saturday (Vacation Homes)

TravelTrailerIcon Thanks for asking about the RV.  It’s still in the shop.  Jim was finally able to talk to a salesman (I was working).  They made us a consignment offer and we’re thinking about it.  Jim looked at 3 bumper-pull (aka travel trailer) trailers.  2 can be pulled with our current Jeep and the 3rd we’d need something larger to pull it with.  Naturally I wanted to see them so after work, Jim gave me the tour.  I didn’t take any pictures because we were there so close to closing time that they were starting to lock them up.  We think they’re used judging by the 2008 year however 1 looked like maybe it was new.  Not sure yet.  We liked the model that will need something large because it had a bunk room that would be great as a “guest room” or office/storage space.  Love it.   Here’s a link to it which has several photos.  Price is a concern as is having to get another vehicle.

15875A 2Above: Bunk house room with sofa, and a bunk that can be stored upward.

 15875A 1

Another one that we could tow had a bunk room but it couldn’t be used as anything else and it didn’t have ducted A/C. 

A smaller one that we could currently tow is below.  I can’t find photos right now.

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We’re not sure what to do.  The RV roof needs replaced which is about $5000.  It’s a rubber roof that has gotten chalky and the RV shop says a patch may not adhere.  We might take a chance on a patch for now.  We may trade it in.  Who knows. 

My cold took a turn for the worst and I kinda crashed and burned at about 8pm.  I felt so tired, I went to “lay down” which pretty much equated to me falling asleep on and off until at about 10:30 I got up, took my meds and then officially went to sleep.

4 comments:

  1. Those tow behinds are purty... I'm totally intrigued by the idea. It isn't right for us right now. But maybe someday. I still get eeked out by the idea of having to hook up our body waste to things. I have no clue how that part works. There's a blog topic for you- how does the water system work and how does the sewer system work?

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  2. Today's trailer thingies, whatever kind you look at, are so very far from the kind my Dad sold in the 60s. Wow!

    I do hope you feel better soon.

    Nancy in Iowa

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  3. WOW! Neat looking travel trailers! I know you didn't ask but, to me, it seems a TT would work well for you guys. Seems like it would be less trouble when stored since you both are working now.

    We wish you luck in your decision!

    MarkandCraigcurrentlyinOregon.

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