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Veebyes

Bermuda & Maryland

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This topic is inspired by my other recreational love, boating, & a thread on a boating forum listing all the boats folks have owned. Some of the lists were extremely lengthy, often owning different models of essentially the same boat.

So, how do RVers stack up? Do you change RVs as often as your underwear?

Not me.

1st rig 2006

2006 Alpenlite 34RLR Ltd: Late 2006 to 2009 (lost in blowover)
2007 Alpenlite 34RLR: Early 2009 to present (no plans to replace)


Boat: 32' 1996 Albin 32+2, single Cummins 315hp
40+ night per year overnighter

2007 Alpenlite 34RLR
2006 Chevy 3500 LT, CC,LB 6.6L Diesel

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larry barnhart

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Not us we are using or 2001 35 ft alpenlite 6 months each year. Still works great.
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2001 35 ft avalon alpenlite RK
2005 3500 2wd duramax CC dually
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The Keystone State

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Nope.

LynnandCarol

Fieldon, IL

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We were tent campers for years (w/kids), then purchased a Pop-up as a learner trailer. We now have graduated to a 31' TT for retirement travel. We love the trailer, so haven't even thought of going to something else at this point.

cpmath

New York

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No.

MTPockets1

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Tent camped for several years, then bought an 8 ft. truck bed camper. After a couple years, changed to a 10 ft. truck bed camper with head. Two years later a 21 ft. travel trailer. Moved to a 37 ft. SeaRay Boat we used and stayed in on vacation and weekends then a 39 ft. Trawler we lived aboard after retirement, and travelled from lake Michigan to Gulf to New York and back to Lake Michigan. Next was a 27 ft. Class C we used for a trip to Alaska; and Now after 45 years in all, our 35 ft. 5th wheel............ Loved 'em all and will keep on 'til we just can't do it any more.....


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Uma & Papa

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We were tent campers too, youngest daughter went camping the first time at when she was 6 weeks old, even snowed that weekend. She's now 36 (hate to say that OMG) But getting back to the subject we just bought our first RV in 06, she's paid for so don't look to get anything new.

downtheroad

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Posted: 12/23/12 10:07am Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Veebyes wrote:


So, how do RVers stack up? Do you change RVs as often as your underwear?

Once a month if I need to or not...


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ejfranz

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Tent then a "home made" camper van before we had children. Then an old Okanagan import camper when we had our first child, a newer Slumber Queen import camper from our inlaws when they could no longer get in and out of it and now an Adventurer 90FWS Camper. The current rig was bought when we decided to take the children across Canada and had out grown the import truck and camper. Thinking of downsizing as the children are now adults (18 & 20) and are working so do not get out with us as often.


06 Chevy Silverado 3500 Crewcab SRW 4WD - Allison 6 speed & Duramax LBZ.
Upgrades: BD diesel exhaust manifold, Edge Evolution, Timbrens & KYB Monomax.
Camper: 2005 Adventurer 90FWS - Electric jacks, LEDs, 6V batteries, roof rack, ladder & awning.


lawnspecialties

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2004 Puma 30FQSS travel trailer. Our introduction to RVing and still our sentimental favorite.
2010 Palomino Sabre 31QBDS travel trailer. A very nice high quality travel trailer but we decided after a year to get a toy hauler.
2011 Heartland Cyclone 370C toy hauler. The least dependable, poorest performing camper I've ever known about.

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