There doesn't seem to be a good place for people, especially women, who are interested in going solo with a Fiberglass trailer.
I am selling my Bigfoot
19. The reason: we are getting a BF21RB. My husband has retired and he prefers a dedicated bed-4-two.
Check out the ad at: https://www.fiberglassclassifieds.co...fiberglass-422
I have soloed with that trailer for over 9 years. Most of my trips involved dry camping
. It is a very comfortable trailer to live in either on or off the grid. The ceiling is quite high for gentlemen over 6' tall. I am not a fulltimer. However, if i did want to fultime, I'd be very happy in this trailer.
I bought that trailer when I was in my late 50's. It's a perfect trailer for going solo, or for couples who don't mind sleeping in separate beds, or really like to cuddle together. It tows really easily and I have no problems hooking it up by myself.
You can pretty much take it anywhere off the beaten track. Although Bigfoot
wasn't building 4 season trailers until 2006, this is a very well insulated trailer that will keep you comfortable during the entire year. It is a perfect trailer for single women adventurers.
For all intents, the trailer is immediately ready for summer camping. Last year, I bought new tires
and the wheel bearings were greased/packed. Last week, it was deoxidated, waxed and polished. Everything works!
All you need to do is have a professional check the propane
lines for leaks
Please feel free to contact me with any questions.