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Discussion in 'Camping' started by Regulator623, May 20, 2018.
For dates there is always VRBO....You could really make an impression if you wanted.....
Lol nah I’ll pass
We had a 32 foot pull behind and we Loved it!! Wasn’t a big money pit for us.. had to repair a few things due to normal use.. but that’s it. If you keep up on regular maintenance it’s awesome.. I put a little note card and pen in the camper and write down things that happens or that broke, so that way when we got home we wouldn’t clean out the camper and put her up “wet” it’s a GREAT time for the family!! Get one!!
We did just that a while back...chomping at the bit now waiting for the campgrounds to open back up.
There were people camping at pulaski park this past weekend.
Just bought a 31' Coachmen Legacy, bumper hitch. 2017 repo. It's like new. Now to learn how to hook everything up.
Back in 2018 we bought a 30 foot bumper pull Grand Design Imagine. We love it. Plenty of room and the layout is nice. Been living in it for over a year now while building our new house. Its about to end. Should be moving in 2nd week of June.
I got to upgrade to a better pull truck next, towing puts a strain on my older F150 5.4 Triton. Been looking at at getting a diesel, but really want one of the newer 5.0 or 3.5 Eco-boost F150's with the Max Tow Package rated to 11,600 and 13,200 pounds....just not sure about how well they would handle.