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  1. 2009 Heartland Cyclone Fifth Wheel Toy Hauler model 4012. Key features include a separate 12' garage, Onan 5500 watt generator with remote start (can start from inside the camper), master bedroom with queen size bed, queen size sleeping loft, large storage loft over kitchen, 2 queen beds in garage area, and 3 slides (one in master bedroom, 2 in living room). Other key features: 2, 12V Deep Cycle Batteries Audio/Video pacage W/32 Inch LCD TV, including amp, satellite radio and outside speakers. Onan Generator 5.5KW Security Camera System W/Monitor Electric Awning Counter Top Extension Central Vacuum Fantastic Vent W/Rain Sensor Rear Screen in garage 2, 30 gallon propane tanks Electric hot water heater Central A/C with additional A/C in master bedroom Washer/Dryer hookups many more features not listed $28,000 OBO E-mail ericandsusan1@gmail.com if you would like to see it or if you have questions. I will respond within 24 hours. Pictures available at http://parkersburg.craigslist.org/rvs/5801237398.html Also have a 2004 GMC Sierra 3500 dually, 4 door, long bed, 2 wheel drive truck that I may sell with the camper. (will not sell truck unless camper sells). Has 6.6L Duramax diesel, Allison transmission, 175,xxx miles. Also has aftermarket PAC brake exhaust break. Will sell truck and camper together for $40,000.
  2. 2009 Heartland Cyclone model 4012. 41' toyhauler has a separate 8 x 12 garage. Can sleep 10+ has 4 queen beds and 2 couches. 1 queen bed in separate master bedroom, 2 queen beds that slide down from ceiling in the enclosed garage, 1 queen bed in a loft in the living room, and 2 couches. Also has a large storage loft over the kitchen - I have never seen this in another camper. Has remote start 5kw Onan generator (start from inside the camper). Has all the normal luxuries of a Heartland toyhauler too numerous to mention. E-mail for questions. $40,000 I know it can be hard to find a truck to pull this. We had this camper picked out for a month before we could find an affordable truck to pull it. So we will consider selling as a package deal with the 2004 GMC 4 door dually in the picture below. It is 2wd, but it is the SLT version with leather interior, bose audio system, durmax diesel with Allyson transmission. Also has an exhaust brake, which allowed me to tow this camper down a 7% grade for 7 miles without using my actual breaks! Will also include the companion fifth wheel hitch (nearly $1,000 new). $53,000 for entire package. See pictures at... http://parkersburg.craigslist.org/rvs/5138183205.html
  3. 2009 Heartland Cyclone model 4012. 41' toyhauler has a separate 8 x 12 garage. Can sleep 10+ has 4 queen beds and 2 couches. 1 queen bed in separate master bedroom, 2 queen beds that slide down from ceiling in the enclosed garage, 1 queen bed in a loft in the living room, and 2 couches. Also has a large storage loft over the kitchen - I have never seen this in another camper. Has remote start 5kw Onan generator (start from inside the camper). Has all the normal luxuries of a Heartland toyhauler too numerous to mention. E-mail ericandsusan1@yahoo.com for questions. $42,000 I know it can be hard to find a truck to pull this. We had this camper picked out for a month before we could find an affordable truck to pull it. So we will consider selling as a package deal with the 2004 GMC 4 door dually in the picture below. It is 2wd, but it is the SLT version with leather interior, bose audio system, durmax diesel with Allyson transmission. Also has an exhaust brake, which allowed me to tow this camper down a 7% grade for 7 miles without using my actual breaks! Will also include the companion fifth wheel hitch (nearly $1,000 new). $55,000 for entire package. Pictures at: http://parkersburg.craigslist.org/rvs/4973705835.html
  4. For the winter try to figure out if it is cheaper for you to use propane or electric heat. (depends on current propane and electric costs) RV furnaces are extremely inefficient especially with a heated underbelly. When it was above freezing we use electric heat (don't need to heat the underbelly and water lines when it is above freezing). the propane also caused us alot of condensation problems. You can also try electric blankets for sleeping at night.
  5. Left hand canyon right outside Bolder is probably the closest. Check out this link http://www.staythetrail.org/maps/ for alot of trails - its a bit of a drive but I recommend Red Feather Lakes area in summer (its 10,000 ft) Also if you are spending any amount of time in Colorado I highly recoomend this book...http://www.amazon.com/Trails-Guide-Colorado-Central-Mountains/dp/0966497694/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1367339502&sr=8-1&keywords=atv+trails+colorado. It has staging areas, difficulty level, trail descriptions, gps coordinates, some pictures and more good info. I lived in Aurora for 6 years, and rode with some guys that spent 60 years in Colorado and this book had trails they had never heard of! If you ever spend time in Moab there is a similar book for that area that is also well worth the money. We will be in Monument next week.
  6. I have been to Texas Creek a few times. There are alot of places to ride in Colorado. We are heading back to Colorado for the summer on May 3rd.
  7. We are a different from most full timers. I am 33, DW is 32 and we have a 2 1/2 year old daughter. I was medically retired from the Air Force in July 2012 so I have good medical insurance and income of approximately $1,900 a month ($23,000 a year). Its doable if you stick to an approximate budget. I say approximate because some months we spend more than others, but it averages out. Our decision was based off of a mini retirement while our daughter is not in school. We are not sure yet how long we will full time.
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