Have a bit more time to respond to your inquiry. My wife and I love our Casita, but we need the comfort of twin beds. The Spirit Deluxe affords a double and single bed. We are now at an age where climbing over one another in the middle of the night is becoming a bit problematic. We have therefore decided to sell and go with an Independence, which has two twins. Age, meet reality.
We have put approximately 10,000 miles on our Casita. 2000 of those miles was from towing it back from Rice. We stay in the state of Maine for our camping trips. Camp from May to October/Novermber. The Casita is now winterized and under cover. Hibernation comes early in Maine.
There is very little to tell about our Casita. They are pretty much maintenance free. We do a lot of dry camping
, meaning we do not hook up to utilities. The hot water, furnance, two burner stove, and refrigerator
run nicely off propane
. We use a suitcase solar panel
system to recharge if it becomes necessary. We have installed LED lights
throughout the interior and exterior to cut down on battery
use. They work well.
If you have never owned a Casita, they are great campers. Weighing
only 2480 lbs, they are lightweight and do not require a high end vehicle to tow.
We love ours so much, we have no problem driving the 60 hours round trip to pick up another one.
I am not sure as to what information you need. If there are questions, please call me direct at (number no longer available). If I do not answer, please just leave a message and I will get back. If you are unfamiliar with Casitas, there is a great community resource you can find answers to many questions. The site is Casitaforum.com. You will need to register to participate, but what an excellent forum.