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My fault

Thought I would get smarter as I got older. Too much adulting and not enough playing. Only have 3 trips booked for 2023. I promise next year to do better.
Freeway Flyer 05 01/07/23 09:52pm General RVing Issues
RE: Gas Class A

Good info all. I was Class B licensed before they came up with all the new rules, so should have no problem with a CDL, if that comes up. (Although I don't expect it to) The following info is much appreciated, and sort of the way we are going. I never want a Class C. Before purchasing our current Class A, we looked at used Class Cs and were incredibly disappointed. For example, for similar pricing we found a Class A with greater carrying capacity, more storage, better floorplan, and 50A electrical (2 ACs) -- and levelers (many Class Cs don't have them and they are expensive to add). I never want another DP (unless I come into a lot of money). Our 2001 Newmar was generally a joy to drive and ride in while our first RV (2004 Sea Breeze) was difficult to drive, loud, and uncomfortable. However, our DP was VERY expensive to repair. Since it was about 20 years old, expensive things (e.g., radiator) needed replacement. Yearly "tune ups" were also pricey. 3rd time's the charm. So far. Our 3rd RV is a 21-year-old, 31-foot, Ford V10, one owner gasser. One owner who didn't drive it much and appears to have kept it in storage when not driving. We lucked out. It's EASY to drive. The V10 has plenty of power. It's comfortable, not an air bag ride, but comfortable. Finally, despite the up front engine, it's not loud. Go figure. Conclusion: If you can, test drive because YRMV.
Freeway Flyer 05 08/13/22 10:41pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Gas Class A

Good info all that have contributed so far. Comfort and floorplan are the top things we are looking at, then the chassis and manufacturer. Our trips for the next few years are not going to be any longer than a week or two, and we have time to let the RV price bubble ease off. I have always driven the RV choice, and this time the bride is taking precedence, we are taking our time.
Freeway Flyer 05 08/12/22 10:16am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Steps

Plus 2 on the Tork Lift Glowsteps. Have had them on my TT TH for several years. The adjustability is really nice, side to side, and height. I did the install myself, and only took all day. (Your time and success may vary)
Freeway Flyer 05 08/11/22 10:12pm Travel Trailers
Gas Class A

We have camped in a Rambler Station Wagon, upgraded to a Dodge van, and Truck Campered or Travel Trailered all over the Pacific Northwest. My lovely bride is not happy with the seats in my 2007.5 6.7 Dodge diesel pickup Tow Vehicle. She actually said, out loud, maybe we should look at a Motor Home. Major shift for us, but I am thinking we should be pretty happy with a gas CLass A. We are tied to our home town until our mom passes, she is 91 and going strong, so no full time diesel pusher. Before we bought our current Toy Hauler TT, I was looking hard at the Winnebago MH. Just looking for opinions, thoughts, and ideas.
Freeway Flyer 05 08/11/22 09:57pm Class A Motorhomes
Oregon Gardens

Visiting there next week, and staying at the Resort next door. Not RV'ing this time, short notice issues. Any thoughts or tips as we tour the Gardens?
Freeway Flyer 05 08/11/22 09:42pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: My new-to-me 2018 Ram.

Jumping back in after a long dry spell, and I have to ask, how does your co-conspirator like the seats?
Freeway Flyer 05 08/11/22 09:35pm Tow Vehicles
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