Just wanted to say thanks to all those taking the time to populate the forums. We are feeling a lot more knowledgeable and prepared for buying a Georgetown 378 than we every could have been without spending days pouring through forums on this site.
We will be spending 2 days camping at the dealers site pushing every button, turning every knob and using every feature of the unit and I have a list of "known issues" to look really closely at while we do the inspection. I'd never have been able to prepare as well without all this information so THANKS!!!
I image we'll get pretty active on the forum after we take possession. The house sales closes in 7 weeks and then we'll be living full time in our first ever RV - Yes doesn't that just sound like a reicpe for disaster
We've acutally built a few houses and done bare hull up restorations on a few boats so I'm hoping I have the skills to keep one of these RV beasties from falling apart around us.
I have to say we are less worried about the technical aspects of ownership, or living in a smaller space, than we are seeing if we enjoy the social aspects of the full time lifestyle. We are saying we'll try it for a year and make a call after that..... At least we figure we'll learn a few new things along the way.
Anyways thanks again to all those who take the time to post and respond. More in a few weeks once we drive down to Texas and do the 4,000km trip home. I'm hopeing I know how to drive an RV by the time we finish that trip. Given all the doom and gloom on "new" RV issues on some of the forums we are also really hoping nothing breaks or falls off before we get home. Time to sink or swim