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Old 07-27-2016, 04:56 PM   #1
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I am looking to retire in 2017 and am researching fiberglass TT for full-time living with my 2 maltese dogs and possibly my cat. I am drawn to the Lil Snoozy and wonder if there are any full-timers and how it is working out for you. I am good with the small space and plan to only stay in warm climates. Any help would be appreciated.
Also, can you boondock with a LS?

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Old 07-28-2016, 04:16 PM   #2
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Hi, Susan in Mississippi,

Welcome to posting on FGRV. Congratulations on your upcoming retirement!
Lots of people full-time, often with pets, cats, dogs, even a bird...

I'd get as large a unit as your TV can reasonably haul, with a full bathroom/shower, if I were in your position, get an awning or pop-up, and really think hard about other options. Some you'll really use, and some you won't, and will wish you hadn't bought.

In our case, after years of various methods of camping, we've settled on a bare minimum because we aren't going to full-time, we know that. Neither of us, at any point.

BUT, YMMV: your mileage may vary--WILL vary.

Asking on FGRV is a great way to start giving this a lot of thought; great you're thinking ahead. Be aware some of these eggs take a long lead time if you're buying new.

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(Kathleen, Paul, Cinder(ella) and Nimble near Renton)

PS: what's a LS?

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Old 07-31-2016, 06:49 AM   #3
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Hi Susan

Check out this section of the forum might be easy to find the Lil Snoozy owners
Fiberglass RV - Lil Snoozy Trailers
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Old 07-31-2016, 10:13 AM   #4
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Lil Snoozy

I am also retiring in 2017, but will not be living full time in a RV. The Lil Snoozy is a nice option, however, it does not have propane or a black water tank. It does have a bathroom with a cassette toilet, which you have to carry to the dump station and empty. I live in SC and visited the Lil Snoozy factory and it is a good quality product. However, I just came back from a trip ton NC to see a Parkliner, and that is what I am going to get. It is what will work best for me, as I want propane and a black water flush toilet. The quality of Parkliner is very good as well, and it is comparably priced with Lil Snoozy. So I guess it is all in what you want and what will work for you.
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