Thanks for your vote of confidence, Deb!
However, when I had the Jayco, I nearly took out the back fence with the front of my SUV - I was so focused on fitting the trailer thru the opening, I forgot where the front of the vehicle was...thank goodness my loving spouse was not home at the time to see that near hit!
He began constructing this shop last Fall and had not really planned for my trailer to go in there - but it was too long to comfortably fit in the garage (I never considered length, just "assumed" it would fit...but on bringing it home - found out otherwise.) Yay for his shop...but look how much practice I get in backing! haha He decided it was best to widen the curving drive ...LoL - so, as long as he's willing to back in when he's home, I gladly toss him the keys. its too stressful under his watchful eye. yikes!
Meanwhile I will keep arriving early at the show events to have the room to manuever and practice with no chance of swiping any innocent trashcan or rig...nice thing is at the shows, everyone comes over and coaches and guides the inexperienced, no one wants their expensive motorhome or TT dinged up. I cant wait til the day that comes that I can confidently coach another! Thanks again, Deb!
2012 FR Flagstaff T12SDTH
1996 Shadowcruiser Pop Up Truck Camper
1967 Newell Motorcoach
2003 Ford F150 5.4 V8 Triton Super Cab
2004 Nissan Titan LE 5.6 V8 4x4 Crew Cab