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Old 06-23-2017, 06:37 PM   #31
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With just two companies controlling most of the market unless the economy tanks campers will keep getting built. More people are living in campers full time, sell your house and buy a camper. Plus new campers coming out every year and they keep getting bigger. More stuff installed in camper, I have a residential refrigerator in my camper plus a Trav'ler Direct tv plus stacked washer/dryer. I want a dishwasher but DW says no, maybe on the next camper. Have a great granddaughter now am I'm looking to buy a bunkhouse, a Blue Ridge 3720BH, about 41ft long, what could be better you only live once
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Old 06-23-2017, 07:00 PM   #32
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If a lack of campgrounds becomes a big problem, more campgrounds will be built. That is where supply and demand comes into play. It just takes time though.
Considering that an increasing share of the new/used market consists of retired folks like me and the DW, the shortage of campground space is less of a problem because we can (and usually prefer to) travel off-season.
As far as using the RV for Bug-Out when the zombies come knocking, I'll bet the Walmart parking lots will look just like their main entrance does at opening time on Black Friday.

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