A bit of background, my name is Richard and I have been RV'ing on and off for 15 years. I finally decided that it was time to spend more time on the road than at home in the stick built house. Unfortunately, I am not retired so this dream has morphed into having a way to escape at a moment’s notice any time I can string together a few days or more. I live in New York City three days a week and Upstate NY the balance, with trips to various locales spread out over the year. I keep the RV ready to go. No reservations, no plan….just go. So far it's working for me.
Varied interests make for an interesting life. I have been and for the most part still am active in film/TV producing, law enforcement and the commercial orbital space industry. I am a commercial helicopter and fixed wing pilot. I SCUBA dive. I enjoy tinkering with motorcycles, hovercraft and anything else I can get my hands on! I have been working with computers since they used punch cards. Yes, I still even use Unix (Telnet for e-mail!) My coach is setup to have mobile broadband, satellite TV and on the go digitally stored video content. It's got a full Solar Charging system that fulfills all my electrical needs (except the A/C!)
The best part? It all works!
Electrical, Mechanical, Engines, Computers, Photography, Law Enforcement Training, Movies, TV, Electronics....lots of others. Ask!
Quiet, secluded or with good folks!
1991 Gardner Pacific Aero Cruiser 23 RBa I spent a lot of time researching low profile, compact class A RVs before finding the Aero Cruiser. After researching it I had enough information gathered to make a decision. I knew I wanted an LGS Short Wheelbase Chassis with a fuel injection motor and the Rear Bath / Bed configuration. I wanted a Driver's side door and a passenger side one. I had to have the Gear Vendor Under / Overdrive (even budgeted to purchase and install one!) Alcoa Aluminum wheels and a couch not a dinette. I wanted the window in front of the bed and a convection microwave in place of the stove. Oh, and not the pink-ish interior! The coach should have been well cared for and not have excessive miles with as complete records as possible. All in all I did great! Only thing I didn't get was the passenger side door. Ah well! I am really enjoying ownership! Many of my projects are done to simply update or expand the capabilities of my coach. After 20 years, some technology has changed and parts wear out. I fully expect to get another 20 years out of it!