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https://www.rvtrader.com/listing/-5006221691 One Owner. Purchased New. Great Condition. We are located in East Blue Hill, Maine.New set of Goodyear Endurance tires installed 2/8/19. Purchase price includes Husky Centerline W/D hitch.Asking $26,900 If interested we can provide pictures of the inside. KING BEDTOY HAULERDRY WEIGHT: 7,720LBSLCD TVGARAGE SIDE RAMPAM/FM/CD PLAYER/BLUETOOTHELECTRIC FIREPLACEBUNK BEDSOUTSIDE SINK & RANGEELECTRIC STABILIZER JACKSLCD CONTROL PANELPULL OUT COUCHLED LIGHTINGPOWER AWNINGLP/ELECTRIC FRIDGEARCTIC PACKAGE FOR COLD WEATHER CAMPINGGAS/ELECTRIC WATER HEATER COMBOAir Conditioning, Two 12V Deep Cycle Batteries, Bunk Beds, CD Player, CO Detector, DVD Player, Exterior Speakers, King Size Bed with underneath storage, Country Sink, Stainless Appliances, Rear Ladder, Stabilizer Jacks, Medicine Cabinet, Microwave, Outside Kitchenette, Oven, Overhead Cabinetry, Power Awning, Propane, Refrigerator, Roof Vents, Shower, Side Ramp Door, Skylight, Smoke Detector, Spare Tire Kit, Stove Top Burner, Tinted Windows, Porcelain Toilet, Wardrobe, Water Heater, Ducted Furnace, 2 Slides
Welcome to the class of 2017. It recently occurred to me that the graduating class of 2017 is currently in its freshman year. During our freshman (2013), sophmore (2014), junior (2015), and senior (2016) years we will have new members join, transfer in, transfer out, and drop out. Those starting fulltiming in January 2017 have less than four years; those starting in December 2017 have slightly more than four years. If you look back to your high school or college years you will remember how fast they passed. That will also be the case for our preparation for fulltiming. As we get closer to 2017 the more urgent and intense will be our preparation activity. Although we will not be blazing new ground as there have been many fulltimers before us (and we will learn from their wisdom and experience), it will be new to us. We in the class of 2017 will be having similar experiences within the same general time frame. Thus the class of 2017 can have a camaraderie through our shared experiences. (This does not take away from also being part of the classless class.) I have been reading fulltimer forums and blogs for the last twelve years. Book knowledge is good and essential but cannot compare to actually having the experience. I compare it to using Google Earth for researching an area and then physically driving through the area. The reserch is good but I don't get a real feel for the area until I am physically there. My wife and I have chosen 2017 because it is the point in time that works best for us from a financial standpoint. I realize that a regret of many fulltimers is that they didn't start earlier; but it also has to work financially. Each persons situation is different. We are Escapee Lifetime members and have attended the 2007 and 2009 Escapades as well as boot camp twice. Since we live in norhtern Illinois we are planning on attending the 2014 Escapade in Goshen Indiana next May. We are attending this Escapade to be surrounded by fulltimers and absorb more information about fulltiming from fulltimers. I will share more about ourselves as new member join this class and as time goes on. Again, welcome to the class of 2017 Dave
https://www.rvtrader.com/listing/-122858064 Ram ProMaster 280 HP 3.6L V6 gas engine Under Warranty!! Asking $75,000 Pristine conditon with 3500 miles. Viper alarm system installed with remote start and interior temperature sensor. This 59G model offers the luxury of sleeping up to 3 people, allows seating for 4 with seat belts and a child seat anchor in the dinette seating.Includes rear removable ladder and bike rack for 2 included. Rear removable screen and sliding screen door on passenger side, privacy panels, roller shades and sun shades for front cab.Refrigerator/freezer is 3 way LP/110/12voltSolar panels 100 wattPower awningIncluded is (2) 25 foot electrical 30 amp cords, surge protector, adapter to plug in at homewater pressure regulator valve, one fresh water hose, one black waterhoseAssorted fuses and 2 leveling blocks