I was a little hung up on a Casita
after nice lady in Organ Pipe Cactus Nat'l Mon. gave me a tour of hers. I knew there had to be a bathroom, awning
, screen door, no need for a microwave
, or oven just a cooktop. Well Hubby wanted a microwave
, an oven so I could make him pizza and a separate tub not a wet bath. We compromised, I went way down on price I guess just to convince him a little more. He loves cheap.........
But I am very happy with this Micro-Lite. When his step mother moves out of the house we can sell it, along with my sister's place, that will afford a fiberglass unit plus a good truck to pull it. That is my long term vision, but for now and next winter I am going to Arizona in my FR Micro-Lite 19FD
We have a friend here who was happy to loan us his 13ft Scamp
, no bathroom, I thought no thank you. He later talked about the frame rusting and he had to keep up the painting
or whatever. I was a little soured on Scamps for that reason. It was perplexing to me that a Minnesota manufacturer did not use better steel in such a cold climate where we use so much salt on the roads.
I did consider buying a new Scamp
. With my plan on staying in the Southwest, coming home to the Upper Peninsula after the roads were free of salt was an option, but then I would be waiting for the finances to free up. That was not appealing to my wanderlust. I need to travel now, who knows how much longer I am going to be above ground.
Right now I am still here in Virginia enjoying the Cardinals singing all day and not in Michigan, ick with their winter.
Okay, back to studying the manual on this baby and watching more DVD's in RV's.
Thanks all for your help, advice, warnings, taking it all under advisement.