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Old 08-17-2019, 11:00 AM   #21
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I agree with the class b recommendations especially if you are traveling by yourself. Lookup some YouTube videos on the coachmen galleria, which may give you some ideas.
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Old 08-17-2019, 02:14 PM   #22
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I agree with the class b recommendations especially if you are traveling by yourself. Lookup some YouTube videos on the coachmen galleria, which may give you some ideas.
Something like this:

https://www.mhsrv.com/2019-coachmen-...iverforums.com

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I would say if you haven't been an RV or camping person before then try it before going all in. You can get smaller and cheaper to start... camping is camping and traveling is traveling... Only the luxuries are different. If you get out and decide you just don't enjoy the miles of driving, or stopping and setting up/tearing down, if you're free to stay and go as you please then rainy setup and takedown won't be an issue. If you have to travel on a schedule plan on getting wet at some point. What type campsites do you expect along where you will be going? If you invested $100K+ in a unit plus all of the other things to get started and you don't like it you are really into a chunk of depreciated RV there. If you started out with $50K or less RV or even 1 or 2 years old unit you'd be happier with trying to get rid of it. But if you don't like RV camping, but love the RV you can park it, hook up somewhere and become permanent at the park.
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