We bought a Mobile Suites from PECO Campers in Tucker, GA. I had a Jayco and was happy with it but we plan to full time starting this summer so we were looking for a full time unit. My wife saw the MS and she chose it over all the others. It was ordered loaded with everything but clothes and food. Oh, it is plumbed for W/D but we did not want one.
Took it to JAX, FL before we had to put it up and found some minor things wrong the dealer fixed. Really want to test it out this summer.
For the first three years of fulltiming we had a 37' 1999 Winnebago Adventurer and for the past three months a 40' 2003 Alfa See Ya Motorhome. Enjoyed the Adventurer, love the See Ya. Huge amount of room, very large LR/DR slideout, plus a 9' bedroom slide.
started in a 19ft trailer, went to 27 foot 5er, and now have 36ft MH.
Geez this RVing thing is addictive. Is there a 12 step program somewhere. Actually would prefer fewer steps to speed things up....need to get to the RV show you know.
We just accepted delivery on our new unit - a 2003 Pilgrim Open Road fifth wheel. It's a big one at 37 feet! Fully loaded. We have some "bugs" to get worked out - the kitchen faucets leak and the washer does not drain, along with some other minor issues. We contacted the company and they gave approval to get our own local repair guy to fix these issues. Otherwise, we love our new camper and our booked to mid-May for every other weekend trips!
We have a 2003 37 foot Pilgrim Open Road fifth wheel, fully loaded. It pulls real easy with our 2003 GMC 4 door diesel truck, with all the options. We just got the fifth wheel about two weeks ago, but it has some "bugs" to work out :disapprove:
Currently a 2251 Sportsmen pulled by a 1500 4X4 Silverado extended cab. Planning to trade both in a couple weeks, then will have Sierra 2500HD Duramax/Allison Crewcab pulling a Snowbird 34.5 SKTG. HEading for Colorado this summer and living in the rig when it is in MO.
Hello all, We currently own a class A 1996 Holiday Rambler Endeavor LE, 35 FT W/14 ft slideout, reaaly nice rig, not quiet fulltime, both are still working fulltime jobs, but love to go RVing.....we do alot of short trips and get in a couple of longer ones about twice a year.
My wife and I just replace our 1978 Terry 5er with a 2002 Aerostar A30R. This has the single slide (dinette, sofa)and has most of the options that are available. Definitely an improvement in room with the slide.
Practicing for retirement, plan on RVing in Spring and Fall after we quit work. Still have several years before we get our wish. We keep the trailer at a campground in Colonial Beach, Virginia. It will remain there and we use it every other weekend. Itching to travel and do some fishing.
We currently have a 28' Prowler 5th wheel (no slides) but are looking to upgrade to a 32' Holiday Rambler Alumascape with double slides, will probably finalize the deal this weekend. Looking forward to a great summer with a new trailer.
Started RVing in '68 with a Starcraft popup, returned in '88 with a new Holiday Rambler 33' TT, then in '99 bought a new Winnebago 37' Adventurer. Finally found our ultimate rig for fulltiming and now own a 2003 40' Alfa motorhome with a 42" LR/DR slide up front and a bedroom slide that takes out a 9' wall of closet and drawers. Enjoyed each rig, but feel that this is the one for us as we travel around the US. High ceilings and large windows make us feel we are in a home; the views tell us we are in paradise ;-)
I couldn't help adding my 2 cents after all this time this has been going! BUT I very well MAY BE a Pioneer!! In that I am pulling a 24' Cougar 5th wheel with a Sierra Denali!! yes that is the fore runner of QUADRASTEER!! Havn't done it enough to give anyone a real evaluation, just yet and wish I could find some one who has!! :approve: