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Old 08-30-2021, 12:08 PM   #41
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We have a 2019 25RT in Owings MD if anyone is interested in seeing it. My wife and I currently live in it. Before we bought ours, we also wanted to see one in person before committing. One couple who lived around 400 miles away finally responded. We were, and still are, very grateful for their kindness. Simply offering.
Juan, my wife and I live near Baltimore and are strongly considering a 25B25RQ. The layout is very similar to the B25RT. We would greatly appreciate the opportunity to see your trailer. Let me know how to contact you. Thank you!
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Old 09-08-2021, 01:12 PM   #42
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Juan, my wife and I live near Baltimore and are strongly considering a 25B25RQ. The layout is very similar to the B25RT. We would greatly appreciate the opportunity to see your trailer. Let me know how to contact you. Thank you!
Hey Steve, hope you get this and sorry for not seeing it before. Our Bigfoot is sold. Hope you have better luck finding one to look at.
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Old 10-30-2021, 11:28 AM   #43
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Hello,

.... For me, not only is the overall layout more to my liking but it offers sofa seating along with the table seating. The second door beside the bed seemed odd when we first got this trailer but I have found it useful when sited for more than one night, certainly when I am going in and out and my wife is working in the kitchen.
I very much agree with your views here. I recently acquired a 25RT. In life many choices tend to come down to trade offs. For me the 25 RT offered a few high priorities:

1. Twin Beds
2. Increased viewing areas both from (dinette) and rear (twin beds).
3. Very good interior storage.

Now that I have had a chance to experience the 25RT on a few trips I'm not disappointed in the view. The twin beds offer actually more sleeping space and better access. The storage is quite incredible and we have room to spare.

What was the trade off? Here's some things that actually support the 25FB:

1. Seating in the 25RQ/RT dinette is less than perfect. It offers little support. When you stretch out your head hits the sloping window or window frames. We often just seek incredible comfort by going to the rear bedroom area. No extended sitting at the dinette. The FB has a sofa. That would be nice.
2. The bathroom is incredibly small and difficult to maneuver in. We've set up a make shift expansion into the hallway with a quick set up shower curtain. Fortunately it is not an area that most of us spend a lot of time in.

The 25RT provides even more advantages for us (and a few more disadvantages) but the top two priorities mentioned above won out for us. No regrets. The views really add to the outdoor experience so often associated with the RV/camping experience. Compared to previous RV's, the increased storage reduced frustration and increased organization. The outdoor storage is really pleasant as well, particularly due to the front storage pod.

The overall construction of a Bigfoot truly is very solid comparatively speaking and depending on your priorities either one would be worth serious consideration.
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