We stayed the night in the Windjammer for the first time Sunday night. Didn't go anywhere, just stayed in it here at home. Wife likes it even more now that we've stayed in it, she says it will be perfect for our Florida site.
Cooked supper on the Coleman road trip for the first time, then switched it out to the griddles and wife cooked breakfast on it the next morning. She really likes it too, it gets a lot hotter than our Sams Club grill in our other trailer.
I didn't put the awning in because it was wet. I noticed it's a lot more stable and doesn't flap around in the wind like my other trailer awnings have.
We umm, well we got a little frisky and I'm sure I saw the bedroom slide moving. I hope this doesn't turn out to be a problem when we're in Florida.
Then Tuesday I got word no more work was coming up so we drove 135 miles and picked up my sunset trail from the mobile home park since the rent was due. Drove through the rain to get there, unhooked power, water and sewer in the rain, put the slide in in the rain, and hooked up in the rain.
Drove home in the rain and unhooked in the rain.
Wife was trying to hold an umbrella for me but it was a tossup whether she'd poke out one of my eyes with it or scratch my truck with it first so I told her I was fine and to go sit in the truck.
20 mpg on the trip up empty, 10.5 on the way home loaded.
2012 Windjammer 3001W-Florida Permanent site
2016 Sunset Trail Super Lite 250RB-summer camping and work
2015.5 Chevrolet Silverado 2500HD LTZ crew cab Z71 4x4