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Old 09-20-2010, 11:33 AM   #29
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Lisa, as you see the reasons for going trailer versus motor home are as varied as are the many rv options to choose from.

Take your time looking especially if your planning to live in it. I agree with the Bigfoot or EggCamper suggestions. Much bigger floor plans than say a Casita.

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Old 09-20-2010, 05:49 PM   #30
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We actually have both, a 13' Scamp and a 40' diesel motorhome. There is, in our opinion, a place for both depending on the type of camping you wish to do. We consider our Scamp our summer camping unit for National Parks as well as other shorter ( 1 or 2 weeks in length). Our motorhome is our second home that we live in during the winter . In short, camp in the Scamp and live in the motorhome when we snowbird in the South. Works for us although "different strokes" as they say.

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Old 09-20-2010, 08:22 PM   #31
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Originally Posted by Davep View Post
We did nto like the Scamp or Casita because of the all of the carpeting inside. Holds smells and not easy to clean. Ours is easy to clean and smells good all the time.
Get an Eggcamper.
I just have to comment on this. The Scamp marine "rat fur", or Escape "headliner material" or Casita carpet, does not hold odors any more than an EggCamper upholstery or curtains or rugs on the floors hold odors. I don't think any Scamp/Escape/Casita owners would want to camp in a stinky trailer any more than an EggCamper owner. There are usually reasons for wanting an EggCamper or other all fiberglass interior, but it's not because of the interior materials holding smells.
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Old 09-23-2010, 12:39 PM   #32
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When researching a fiberglass trailer, I spoke with a couple I knew via the dog games. They've owned several RV motor homes over the years, and the husband recently bought a Scamp 16 for solo fishing trips. The wife "took over" the Scamp on HT and dog training weekends.

The husband told me that he bought the Scamp because it could get him into areas that the RV could not go. Plus, huge gas savings. He told me that he has more fun with the Scamp than he every had with their RVs. They still use the RV for "family" trips, but that Scamp seems to be occupied most every weekend.
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Old 09-23-2010, 04:46 PM   #33
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I have never seen someone driving their MH to work for instance.
Our next door neighbor drives his Pleasure Way to work and uses it a lot otherwise to go to dinner and shopping. Nice to have a bathroom handy no matter where you are.
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Old 04-30-2012, 06:14 AM   #34
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My brother gave me this and I drove it home to CT from Indiana last week and it averaged 13.3 to the gallon.
It's fiberglass from the cab back and really comfy. We are taking it camping this weekend!
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Old 05-06-2012, 05:10 PM   #35
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had this thing out this weekend....roomier than our ct13 but not as tall...we liked it and the ease of using it.

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