My husband and I just bought our first Camper. It is a 69 Serro Scotty Gaucho 15'. While it needs to be restored we did take it for a quick weekend trip. We had a great time and now look forward to many trips once the restoration is complete.
I am pretty good with a computer but not quite the "geek" I am a pretty good photographer and definitely have the gift of gab. My husband on the other hand is a technician for Coca Cola and is pretty handy with all kind of tools. He will do the majority of work on the restoration. I will provide all the input. Hopefully he will listen.
Haven't done this yet!
We have a 1969 15' Serro Scotty Gaucho. Although we bought him with the intentions of restoring him, he was in good enough shape to go for a quick weekend trip. Granted we probably looked like the Beverly Hillbillies when we entered the camp, but we did not care. We had a great time and "Scotty" kept us safe from any wild animals, protected us from the elements and followed us without any problems.
We like staying with Mary & John at their farm setting place. All the animals remind us of our rural upbringing, esp. the newborn goat! Hope to see you again.
We offer a recommendation for Marylesh in Carrollton. They offered a quiet, comfortable location that allowed us to avoid Atlanta. Alpacas, goats, dogs, cats, etc provided a nice, farm-like atmosphere. And she is very nice. We didn't get to meet him but we'll try to return another time for sure.