Yes 9 states, 5,000 miles in 15 days in a 13' Burro
We left Minnesota Feb 16th got stuck in Iowa in a ice storm that night - The Burro furnace
decided it was too cold to work so we froze.
Feb 17 drove I-35 to I-40 to NM border and stayed in NM Welcome Center Burro furnace
worked that night
Next two days Carlsbad cavern- Carlsbad Desert Trail ( real cool no one there ) Furnace
Next Cloudcraft ( photographed the Burro at Burro Ave.)
then White Sands NM ( just like MN white every where but warmer
Next stop Sugaro National Park - Desert Zoo and Garden Tucson AZ ( a definite must do if you are in the area.
Next Phoenix AZ ( don't eat at taste of Chicago in Tempe ) and a trip to Superstition mountian ( really cool scerery - though allow a entire day and come from the south)
Next Grand Canyon - can you say wind and cold - Furnice tried to work
Next Monument National park in Utah ( lot of westerns filmed there ) ( well worth going to) awoke to 2" of snow, it as gone by 11:00am and the furnace worked just fine
next Cinele Canyon NM the little grand canyon ( we saw 8 Ansai ruines in the canyon) furnace died completely the last and coldest night there
Next Las Vegas NM ( you guessed it - we moteled it )
and last another ice storm in IA and yet another motel.
What a way to go on our second honeymoon 20th anniversary ( a couple month early )
We also came home to 24" of snow to be removed.
We have traveled in 28' and 24' moterhomes, various pick up campers, and we also have a 25' travel trailer but we both agree this is the best trip we have ever taken ( EXCEPT FOR IOWA )
and the Beaten Burro will get fixed before our next adventure - also the front shelf fell off in the beginning of the trip.
side note when we were in Phoenix the rv park had us between two large units- they were backed to the fence and we were 15' from the fence the Surburban was parked far enough the we could walk between the burb and the Burro and there was still 15 feet to the front of either rig along side of us. We could have charged admission. In New Mexico someone actually asked to see the inside of the Burro. I don't know what shocked him more - the tounge and groove pine floor, the custom made panel cabinet doors, or that we had everthing inside that trailer except a microwave
and shower. ( who need space )