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  1. A small lot of land with a storage building on South Lubec Road in Lubec, Maine. The lot is 8,712 square feet (about 90' x 90'). The building is about 24' square. The land is flat and well drained - gravely. The property has electricity but no water or septic. The property is about 600' from the Lubec Channel and has a limited view of the channel and Grand Manan Island. South Lubec Road is the road to the famous West Quoddy Head lighthouse. Taxes are $615 per year based on a $26,000 assessment. The area of the land is approximately what is bounded by the bushes in the attached photos. The building is dry and sheet rocked inside. The lot is #9A-1 on the Lubec property map https://townoflubec.files.wordpress.com/2014/03/map-214.pdf. We are asking $18,000 but will consider serious offers.
  2. I have a recommendation for any RV'ers visiting Livingston who need to get their inspection done. This place will inspect vehicles, motorhomes, towed trailers, and fifth wheels. There is ample room in front of their shop to maneuver your rig (unlike a couple of the other local inspection places). The fellow who did my inspection was knowledgable about travelers who may be showing up to get their inspection done well after they got their registration (unlike another place that told me I didn't have to get inspected at all). Soda's Auto Repair 936-563-4234 6709 Highway 190 If you are coming from Livingston, head east on 190. Soda's is 6.2 miles after the intersection of 190 and 146. It will be on your left as you near the top of a hill and is across from a cell tower.
  3. Buying accessible motor home or Trailer with tow vehicle made for 27" wide electric wheelchair need Ricon or Braun lift to enter independly use rollin shower vehicle Truck or conversion van 3/4-1ton with accessible lifts Also son buying trailer& truck 30'or less 3/4 or 1ton doxie@@startmail.com artywoof@yahoo.com
  4. Shari & Ken Lakin SKP 1448 Tim Pautsch SKP 1450 doxie@startmail.com artywoof@gmail.com 512-799-8172 512-966-1714
  5. Just wanted to say "hello". My wife and I are special makeup effects artists for movies and television shows and we're getting ready to go full-on mobile in, most likely, a Thor Outlaw. We are going to be towing our Subaru Outback and now we started thinking about towing it on a trailer. If it's even feasible to tow that much weight, do RV parks let you park a car on a trailer? Most parks that I can remember seeing only allow you to park a car, or so I thought. Thanks!
  6. One owner 16’ CampLite named “Bob Patrick” — seeking a good home. Why Bob Patrick? He was purchased on St. Patrick’s Day 2012, and partly financed by funds provided by one of the owners’ Dads, “Bob.” BP has provided weeks of joy in our family! Has all options available at the time we purchased this trailer (TV, A/C, tip-out bunk, bike-loading door and more). We added under-counter and in-cabinet lighting, multiple hooks to hang clothing and gear, etc. BP is a pre-Thor CampLite. We looked at some CampLites since the Thor acquisition and were concerned about some of the changes. Know what you are buying. We have had zero problems. Everything is just as Livin’ Lite promised — towable with a small SUV, multi-generational quality (you can’t wear out a CampLite), no wood/no mildew/no rot. Every time we enter BP, the aromas are fresh and clean. Try that after a couple of years in a less expensive trailer made with wood, carpet, and fiberglass! BP also has the classic angular nose, rather than the more bulbous front end. And we also appreciate BP’s bright, neutral interior colors (champagne-colored aluminum cabinetry). Why are we selling? We have enjoyed camping so much of the past three years, we are purchasing a Class A to spend more time doing what we love. This is your chance to purchase a rock-solid, absolutely wonderful all aluminum travel trailer — with a name! We have towed Bob Patrick with a 2001 Highlander, which has a 3,500 pound limit. No problems at highway speeds from Atlanta, GA, to Cleveland, OH, including the mountains of West Virginia in torrential rain! We are currently pulling BP with a 2013 4Runner, which has a 5,000 pound limit. But with a dry trailer weight of roughly 2,500 pounds, the Highlander handled BP nicely, proving Livin’ Lite’s claims that most standard SUVs will do just fine. The tip-out increases the space, airflow, and light inside the trailer, as well as providing a second bed. The primary bed (60” x 80” standard queen sheets) converts to a dinette. We also LOVE the extra “load-in” door at the rear of the trailer, allowing us to load gear into the trailer (bikes, large boxes, etc.), that we wouldn’t want to carry up the steps and through the normal entryway door. Available for $17,500. Happy to answer questions!
  7. 2009 Palomino Sabre 30BHDS For Sale SE Mi, Winter Special $19'995.00 We are selling our Sabre travel trailer because we just bought a new to us fifth wheel Sabre from the same dealer we have bought all our trailers from. Now we have one too many. We are the second owners and have receipts for all work done. We are having Westland Camping Center sell it for us. They are at 1475 S. Newburgh Rd. Westland, MI 48186 734-326-7700 e-mail: sales@westlandcamping.com The Sabre is constructed with a sturdy six-sided aluminum superstructure. The front fiberglass cap includes recessed docking lights angled to illuminate the hitch area and truck bed. The Sabre interior has all the home-like amenities you’ve grown accustomed to. Like a deep double bowl kitchen sink with residential strainers, high rise faucet and hand sprayer; seven cubic foot refrigerator; large range with oven; and deep cabinets and drawers for storage. The windows have day/night shades. The air bed sleeper sofa turns into a comfortable bed, and has a replacement Coleman Durarest Plus queen airbed. It even includes a hidden drawer for storage. The living quarters are created with dual slide-outs that feature a full six feet of headroom. The residential neo-angle shower with glass enclosure is standard. Fantastic fan in master bath. Rear pull out utility rack f/cargo. 10 gallon gas/electric DSI water heater. Flat screen TV's in living room and both bedrooms. It comes with a weight distributing hitch and 1200lb Curt bars. This unit has a front master bedroom w/queen innerspring mattress, front master bathroom, center living/dining room, rear bedroom w/jackknife sofa, and rear 1/2 bath. It has two large slideouts, one on each side. Unit covered during winter storage w/Adco Designer Series Tyvek #32846 cover. All roof vents covered by Camco Aero-flo roof vent cover. Alignment done fall of 2012 by Harolds Frame Shop Novi. Five; yes the spare too; new Carlisle Radial Trail RH load range E tires fall of 2012 by Tire One. 30 to 50amp upgrade done fall of 2012 by Westland Camping Ctr consisting of Progressive Dynamics PD4560 240V, 50 Amp AC/DC Distribution Panel with built-in Charge Wizard, Progressive Industries EMS-HW50C RV Power Protection with Surge Portable Electrical Management Systems (EMS), 50amp shore power inlet, Park Power Part # 124ARV-25 ADAPTER RV 30AP/50AC 25 25' 50-30amp pigtail adapter, and new Interstate 550 CCA/690MCA deep cycle battery. New Barker VIP 3500 power jack spring 2014 by Westland Camping Ctr. New Dometic power awning motor summer of 2014 by Westland Camping Ctr. Annual cleaning done just before putting into storage using Collonite cleaner, and wax, 303® Aerospace Protectant. Wipe on, wipe off. We have receipts for all work done. Specs: Hitch Weight 1,066 Axle Weight 7,058 Dry Ship Weight 8,124 GVWR 11,226 CCC (Cargo Cap.) 2,618 Ext. Length 34'4" Fresh Water Cap. (gal.) 42 Black Water Cap. (gal.) 42 1⁄2 Bath Cap. (gal.) 42 Grey Water Cap. (gal.) 84 Tire Size (in.) 15" Awning Size (ft.) 16' Winter Special $19'995.00
  8. SOLD For Sale by original owner beautiful Forest River Surveyor SP-220 Travel Trailer 10th Anniversary Edition. 24'8" in length, 8' 10" exterior height, exterior width 8'. Non-smoking. No children. Queen bed. Very generous closet and storage space including pass-through outside storage accessible from both sides. Spacious pantry. Large underbed storage also. Sofa makes into another bed. Holding tank capacities: fresh water 36 gallons, gray 30 gallons, black 30 gallons. 15' power awning. 1 slideout. Total dry weight: 3804. Tuscany décor. Beautiful cabinetry. TV rotates between living room and bedroom and can also be mounted outside. DVD/CD player with AM/FM radio. Indoor and outdoor speakers. Extra options we added: folding stove cover, counter extension, and Fantastic Fan in bathroom. Has too many features to list. Excellent condition. This is a fantastic camper. Easy to tow and just the right size to back into campsites very easily. Call to see it today! SOLD
  9. My wife and I just took the plunge last week and purchased our first RV. It's a lovely 2015 Jayco Precept 31ul. (on a side note, it drives like a car, WOW) Anyway, I am a photographer and videographer I have no interest in spending all my time in an RV park. To that end I really would like to bring our Jeep 4 door wrangler with us. I have been quoted a couple of grand to get a Blue Ox tow bar solution that seems very well thought of and I am happy to proceed. That said I realized after a little research that if I were to purchase an 18 ft car hauler trail for about a third more, I would have the flexibility to bring the jeep or the family compact or the quads, etc depending on the trip. Other than the obvious issue of having to find a place to put the trailer once I get there, I was wondering if of you far more experience car-pullers had any insight on the ease of travel and the pros and cons of pulling vs. carrying. Thanks a million in advance! Robert
  10. Greetings all! We're a family of four ... Michael, Bethany (that's me), Douglas (13) and Fynn (8) + two cats, who went straight from renting a house in PA to full-time travel in December. We started out in our diesel pickup and 30' TT, and so far have been camped in the driveway of family in Knoxville, while we make TN our domicile and figure out how to actually make a living while we travel . Cart before the horse I know, but it's the way we roll I guess ... will be over the the RV on a Budget forum next, for sure! We brought a pile o' tools along, a list a mile long of friends and family that we want to visit, and a short but growing list of folks who want work done. We're artists, handy in a pile of ways (and I'm a web designer on the side), and so far having been making ends more or less meet with design work and some busking in the market square with portrait drawing. We hope to design/build/fix/paint stuff wherever we can, for whatever (if anything) folks have to pay, and trust that it all works out in the end. We have a website at www.heartloose.com if you want more details on the dreams and the reality, as they make a messy mix whether you're on the road or not! One question (for now) ... TN doesn't require trailer registration ... and as we bought it (in NY) right before we came down, the registration hasn't been transferred here yet, nor does it have to be so long as we're here. So once we leave TN, the fact that there are no plates on the trailer ... is this going to get us pulled over or hassled? I'm assuming that as most states do require registration, we'll have issues sooner or later. And at some point we'll be hoping to wander into Canada, and possibly also Mexico. Just asking on the very slim chance that I don't have to go pay the taxes and registration fees on it before we pull out of here in 2 weeks . Thanks in advance, and glad to find a place with lots of questions and lots of answers! Cheers, Bethany www.heartloose.com
  11. I would really value hearing some advice about working an "office" job in an RV (especially with a young family, though I know this is probably less common). Our Story... Facts: We are planning to start full-timing later this year in a 2015 Jayco Eagle Premier 375BHFS. I plan to be working at least 20 hours a week on the road / in campgrounds. My wife and I have two small children, which will make this more interesting. I'll probably want to have at least one place to set up a 21.5" iMac (I'm kind of wishing I had ordered the VESA mount version of the iMac... but nothing I can do about that now except possibly trade it in). Also have a small 13" laptop that I should be able to accomplish a good chunk of work from. Here are some ideas we've had so far: Top candidate is to use the TV space at the end of the bed (as seen in the attached floor plan image) for a standup computer desk (doubting there is room for a sit-stand) I have heard of people exploring using the washer-dryer space in RV bedrooms before – the only thing of course is that we may want to have an actual washer-dryer there (not sure yet). We could probably rig up a sit-stand desk in this space if we sacrificed the W/D. I've even considered of sometimes using the outdoor kitchen as a standing desk option, since we probably won't keep the included microwave out there – this would of course be only some of the time, if at all (might be a pipe dream) If the kids are off hiking or just playing outside, or even in the bunkhouse for an extended period of time, then I can probably get away with working in the common area of the FW. Lastly, also considering setting up in the truck sometimes with the laptop on the dashboard or something. Thanks!
  12. Both items are located in Williamsburg, VA TRAILER WILL BE GOING TO DEALER ON 5/15............... 2011 Big Horn 3670 RL: This floor plan is no longer made but one of the most popular floor plans. Terrific amount of storage. We are long timers and always have empty cabinets. Kitchen is phenomenal for the cook, plenty of counter space and storage. We have added a printer and computer station, Mor/Ryde IS suspension, 2 75w solar panels. The tanks are large so boondocking is easy. Sofa converts into a queen bed plus has a giant drawer for storage. 2 recliners. We regret having to sell this trailer, of 40 years of rving this has been our favorite. A solid rig, no problems what so ever. Currently located in Williamsburg, Virginia. Owned and loved by an engineer. Price: $40,000 Pictures, build sheet and additional information are at: www.flickr.com/photos/132218185@N05/sets/72157651215815030/
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