This one was all dolled up for a Duck Road Trip....but we wouldn't really fit in it....but we'd represent!
Michael has been researching Recreational
We had an extra day in OR - and there are no states sales taxes here - so we looked. The used ones are much more reasonable. We would sell our trailer and van. We are just exploring. This is what we found.
This was my favorite -
Stacia wasn't so sure of bunks in a closet - but there were bunks.
The kids like the toy hauler the best - Canyon Star
This one was AMAZING. It's built by an Amish company in Indiana and the workmanship is stunning. It's also 6x the price of the others. With a price tag of 750K we could buy several houses for the price of one RV....and Michael pointed out it would be the uninsured motorist driving a $300 car who would run into us. LOL
THIS would make this so livable.....
Note the black screen to the right...at the push of a button it rises from behind the couch. At the push of another button all the black screens cover the windshield and windows. AND this one has an outside wide screen TV too - camping in the 21st century?
Arielle wholeheartedly approved this model - but there's no where for the kids to SLEEP
I do like this feature and would like to explore doing something like this in our trailer - though it may not be able to handle the weight. THIS would make living in an RV much easier. LOL
At the end of the day we'd probably have to finance about 100K and that really doesn't set well with these Ramsey hearts.....but dreaming and researching is always fun to do.
Living all of life before the face of God...