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Yosemite Sam1

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Hit the sweet spot with my SUV and the RV I got (21ft Coleman).

Looked at bigger RV and even willing to upgrade into a big truck.

Then re-examined my bottom line objective. I want to be comfortable in camping not luxuriate. Found out I made a good decision when I'm having difficulties finding campsites at my favorite place on earth Yosemite where it's difficult to find a site over 27 ft length RV.

Artum Snowbird

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Drawers that are on rails on both sides, not the single bar that always fails.
Counter space, a well placed sink that doesn't rob counter space.
A dream dinette instead of a post or a flip down unit.


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previously Snowbird Campers,
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It has 2 - 40,000btu furnaces.

It’s a Roughneck

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djsamuel

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Aluminum Roof
Aluminum floor
Aluminum Frame
two axles,
Latches on all cabinet drawers.
Floorplan


Picture of Our Trailer

Camplite 21BHS


#1nobby

Barrie, Ontario

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22 foot, dual axle, well finished, ice cold fridge...which, by the way, is my summer beer fridge in the driveway.

And I bought it used and paid cash for it.

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full size outside kitchen
walk around bed, very large bedroom
very large bathroom
tons of storage

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What do I like best? One key fact: it is so small (12 foot box!) and yet fully functional (shower, toilet, fridge, freezer, stove, queen bed). Since it is so small, it fits on the driveway, and it fits into tight spaces in the national forests, so we can boondock in amazing locations. So small that it is easy to tow, and easy to maneuver in gas stations and parking lots.

But make sure that your spouse is really small and that you both get along together really well in tight quarters!


2012 Fun Finder X-139 "Boondock Style" (axle-flipped and extra insulation)
2013 Toyota Tacoma Off-Road (semi-beefy tires and components)
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"A journey of a thousand miles begins with a single list."


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No slides, short enough to make maneuvering easy, walk around queen bed, 60 gallons of fresh water. Big window at the dinette.


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We wanted a bed you could exit without crawling over you spouse, a large bathroom, a pantry, a linen closet, a slide that did not have to be out to use the TT, short enough to wind though city street to find shops and other attractions, a cost we could afford.

We wrote it down, rented a similar unit to see if we were right, found a three year old 25 ft. Dutchmen TT at the right price.

What we also learned is it is nice to sleep in your own bed on your own schedule and not have to eat out every night.


Twenty six foot 2010 Dutchmen Lite pulled with a 2011 EcoBoost F-150 4x4.

Just right for Grandpa, Grandma and the dog.


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I purchased a KZ Sportsmen Classic 180bh a year and a half ago. I love everything about it. I love that I have had no leaks, no problems with anything in the travel trailer. Everything has worked perfectly. I love the closet where I can hang up my clothes and more storage than I need. I love the small tub in the shower. I love the regular queen size mattress on the bed instead of a little foam thing. The only thing I don't like is that the microwave ovens in travel trailers are up high. I am only 5'4" and I have to stand on a step stool to see what I am cooking.

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