After getting a bite to eat, we roamed the whole area checking out Prevost MH and some of the higher end Motor homes. We found one or two that would be livable but the price was on the high side of $1.239 million and $1. 359mil. One was $747,000 which was a preowned 2005. What was cool, the main floor opened up and kids could go under the rig and play. A nice setup with videos and tv were laid out for them. We talked to a couple sales people but the most fun was talking to people that already had a rig. One man was so good at details that the salesman just gave up and let him talk. He was very good and had quite a few people listening to him.
At we went to our 2nd seminar of today. This was on fulltiming, snowbirding and part-timers. It was with the same couple that did the seminar yesterday so a bunch of it was repeated but again we learned more from the audience. In yesterdays seminars and todays, we talked to people that have been on the road and how they do things, what they have. Today was quite interesting. We talked to a woman that’s traveling alone and has been on the road 9 years with no intention of quitting. She was fascinating to listen to some of the things she’s been through.
We went to the main three RV’s that are quite interesting to us. While sitting in one of them, we met a really nice couple that has a 33’ Excel. We went to their place and they told us a lot about being on the road part-time. They own a retirement place and can’t sell or give it up so they travel 3-5 months out of the year. They’re rig was 2006 and laid out quite nice.
The evening entertainment was Ricky Skaggs. He was a county western singer then went to
I will continue the next couple blogs with ideas and what we’re thinking, a more details as I think of them. I need to think through all we’ve taken in and get our three bags of info all sorted out. Stay tuned.
Days left to buy the RV/truck 3 yrs 1 mth 29 days