We are both seasoned RVers. We have a 32 ft gas powered motor home. We like a class motor homes for the ability to go only motor home with bikes on the bike rack. Motor home towing the Jeep or motor home towing the boat. We modified our motor home to withstand cold to -20.
Parking at the base of a ski resort in a motor home sure is fun. Parked on the sand at Pismo beach California works too.
Forty years in the Marine and RV industry.
In my career I have toured over thirty RV manufacturing plants. I have been fortunate to be able to work in an industry that I love for all of these years. So many of my customers have become life long friends. It’s always a great thrill for me to connect with like minded RV people and to freely share my many years of experience. Coaching people on buying or selling.
I am a pretty good teacher when it comes to helping people drive and operate their motor homes for the first time.
There are so many.
Pismo Beach California comes to mind.
This is a seven mile long beach. For ten dollars a night you can park right on the sand with your RV. We got stuck and quickly found out that you have to deflate your tires if you want to drive on sand.
Ski resorts. My happiest times are waking up in our motor home at the base of a ski resort that received a foot of powder snow over night.
We have a home on Vancouver Island and a home in Cochrane Alberta. As we ease into retirement VCI is becoming home base.
We have a 32 ft class A Mirada Sometimes we have our Jeep as a tow car and sometimes we have our 21ft boat in tow.