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    • Hi Linda,    The sportsmobile appear to be a little smaller than what I have in mind. Practically, a 24 foot B+ would be the minimum length, I think. That size allows me to get all the things in it that I want, while my wife would prefer the 27-30 foot sizes to get the separate queen sized bed (I can live with a good fold out couch).  Not much longer than that, as the ability to get into some areas would be restricted. 
    • We were at Peace River, Manatee and Three Flags in Feb. through the end of April. They were very accommodating. No problem social distancing at all. The Walmarts and other stores had procedures in place. Limits on how many people they let in, one way aisles, cleaning supplies for carts, distance markers at checkout, etc.  Many had Senior hours.
    • Have you checked into Sportsmobile.com? They will build an interior to your design. I loved my van and am still sorry I sold it. Linda Sand
    • The only place to camp in Minnesota with NO mosquitos! The water moves too fast for them to breed there. We spent lots of weekends in that park before going fulltime. Linda
    • Yes, it should tow fine. While you didn't ask about Scamp features I can't resist telling you what I would choose. The package because a built in ice box is hard to manage, the screen door and window over the range allow cross ventilation, and you want as many cabinets as they are willing to fit because you'll want to save the limited storage in the car for you lawn chairs. Then I would also order the vinyl flooring because throw rugs are easier to maintain than carpet, the dual propane tanks because running out in the middle of cooking is frustrating, the awning because sitting in the shade while outside is good,  and the stove cover to make that counter space usable when not cooking. I don't know where you are or where you'd like to travel but having the furnace would allow you to extend the seasons up north or be comfortable at night in the mountain in the summer. There are other options to consider but, for me, those would be mandatory. And I hope you only have two kids because the beds and table only accommodate four people so I don't know where they are putting the fifth child they show in the photos. Linda Sand
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