The wife and I crossed into the world of owning an RV today after there was a show in town this weekend. We had been talking about it for a while and the 2016 XLR Nitro U29 was exactly what we were looking for. We weren't really planning on buying new but it's hard to argue when it has the features you want still in the price range you were looking at. Other upshot is I don't have to worry about someone who didn't take good care of her to start.
But, the wife and I are both fairly new to the RV though we had talked about it for a while. We were mainly tent campers except a small kid decided to arrive about a month ago. He's what pushed us over the edge since a lot of our vacation time is spent in non ideal weather conditions
, not to mention hunting season in the late fall for elk.
For the most part we're planning on Boondocking, but any tips, especially maintenance/preventative maintenance related I'm all ears.