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Old 12-24-2021, 05:01 PM   #21
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Name: Gigi
Trailer: 1972 Lovebug 1970 Eriba Puck 1991 Mallard Sprinter Class C
Minnesota & Arizona
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Greetings, I thought I would post an update. I so appreciate your thoughts, suggestions and ideas on my choices. You were great sounding boards.

After talking with my son who expressed an interest in a small Class C, I took the advice of Dave (who I just helped get a Trillium 4500) my good friend-very knowledgeable of vehicles-and bought a beautifully maintained, older, Class C, 22' motorhome.

It has the Cush of my Winnebago but the size I can manage to drive easily. The layout is perfect with a rear side door entering into the kitchen and bath. It has a full bathroom, kitchen, and easily sleeps 5. I am delighted with the sound mechanics and can now spend my time making L'esprit! beautiful and functional for my needs.

Thank you so much for your kindnesses. It was difficult to do this process but one must keep moving forward.

I am selling the Puck, keeping the pickup for a year. Keeping the Mini-Cooper and Bug for now. My little Corgi sheds so badly, I just want to keep the MC pristine. We will see how it works out. Don't be surprised to see a Class C with a Lovebug in tow!

I hope to see you with my Lovebug at events in the next few years!

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