30 Dec 2009 @ 4:44 PM 

Tomorrow is New Years Eve day, and it will usher in my 35th year of  full-timing in some sort of RV. My first editions were converted buses; a 37 foot International pusher-type, then a 38 foot GMAC with stainless steel side panels. Then followed the conversion of more buses for others, and I began travelling in a Class B Coachman . At one point I had nine vehicles praked in a bus yard…..some were friend’s vehicles that I was working on, and the rest were my bus, a construction materials bus, my Coachman, a Saab and a Subaru. My lady friend had left her RV with me while she did a stint for the State department in Guatemala.

I am SO HAPPY to have just my current Dodge RV, the second Dodge that I have converted (Class C’s), and just the perfect size for my travels in this new decade. I can park it with ease in most places. It has a good energy set-up, with solar on the roof, a small Honda 204e generator, lots of battery power with a sizeable inverter. I would like more water capacity for boondocking, but you can’t have everything (can you?).

Posted By: Bob
Last Edit: 30 Dec 2009 @ 04:44 PM

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