I made it back from the "Frozen North" with the 2005 Bigfoot
21. It is really nice. In fact it was like new. One thing I didn't know about it was the fact it had the bunk bed option. I didn't even know Bigfoot
offered a bunk bed option on the 21'. It is much better for me than the standard double bed.
Now the trip from Texas to New York was not the most fun I had ever had. I thought I knew what cold horrible weather was. Was I wrong. The North East is no place to be in the winter for a wimp like me. Cleaning road grime and salt off my windshield at -6 degrees with the wind blowing hard in the middle of the night is not my ideal of fun. Why you ask wasn't I laid up in the Bigfoot
nice and warm. Well I am glad you asked. All the campgrounds were closed no matter what "Trailer Life" said. All the roadside parks were completely full of 18 wheelers. Motels up North will not accept someone with a dog. (My dog is better behaved than the drunk college kids they took in Ithaca, New York while turning me away. I was just running cross country on the Penn State Turnpike wanting to find a warm spot.
The Bigfoot towed perfect and the heater is a life saver. Rose my Lab claimed the spot in front of the bathroom vent for her own.
I had thought I would keep the 17' Casita
for a while to make sure I really wanted a larger trailer. No longer. The Casita
will be sold as soon as I can clean it up, polish it and post it for sale
. I am a Bigfoot owner now.