Hello everyone, nice to be back. When I joined the forum back in 2004, I learned the advantages of molded fiberglass over the stickies I had in past years.
Mind you, there was no Escape
then, I liked both Casita
. Unfortunately both have similar construction designs : rat fur, OSB floors and those rivets that drip condensation.
Over the years I grew to have a strong dislike for absorption RV fridges and asked Casita
to delete theirs and that I would install my own electric. No can do I was told. I knew that by eliminating the roof vent I could park the trailer in my garage, so I asked to save time and money by not cutting the square hole in the roof and to keep the vent. To my amazement, "no can do" incredulously I asked why. I was told the floor workers are used to cutting the square hole and can not stop doing so.
Off to Scamp where they gave me my few simple requests that saved them money and labor. What's more they made me a happy camper. I have been storing my 2005 Scamp 13 in my garage ever since.
Retiring soon and will take tons of long trips, after many wonderful memories with our Scamp 13, we will be ordering an Escape
21ft next month when we visit the factory.
We love our Scamp, rivets and all but we will be traveling like never before unlike travelling while holding a job with a couple of weeks here and there. If we take the full time plunge later, we are certain it will be in the 21ft.
Oh yes, Escape will allow me to install an electric refrigerator
Santiago and Kim in Anaheim