I have read enough ads on here to know the information that everyone expects. I have all of that, and many pictures. Video too if I can figure out how to add both! But first let me tell you a little bit about our Marshmallow.
A few years ago I decided to buy a camper that I could tow across country with my two young kids as a single mom. I needed something light
and small that my small vehicle could handle. I had my eyes looking EVERYWHERE! I actually drove from UPSTATE NY all the way to Florida to pick up a camper only to realize that it was all rotted out and the person didn't have all the paperwork for it! Can you imagine driving all that way only to leave empty handed!!! We were so sad. But I don't give up! I kept looking and found her! On Ebay of all places! In Virginia... so another road trip was required. Drove down to see our little baby camper, picked her up and on the way home had no fewer than 6 people try to buy her from me just on the way home!
That is how it is when we take her places. Everyone is in love with how adorable she is! Now it is time for her to be passed on to another family to love her.
You see, kids have this funny way of growing up... Getting bigger and not fitting in small spaces! We haven't done our big road trip yet, and while I still hope to do it, our girl won't be joining us on that adventure.
She weighs in below 1000lbs empty and has been NYS registered and Inspected and is certainly road worthy, Electric breaks work excellent, furnace
works, I replaced the broken fridge
with a "dorm" fridge
that fits in the same spot... for transit I pack frozen ziplock bags in the fridge
and then plug in when we arrive at our site. The electrical
all functions perfectly. Has a 2 burner stove, and a sink with a water tank. We have never felt the need to use the tank though I was told it worked before. For a petite girl she has a good deal of storage and the dinette transitions into a full sized bed. The sofa on the end has the ability to fold up into bunks, quite a handy feature if your kids are smaller than mine are!
She is an old girl and needed the floor to be reinforced, which I did when I first brought her home with some woodsheeting and some linoleum tile. The roof vent was also leaking when I got her, and I replaced that. One of the windows
needs to be re-sealed, but that isn't a hard or complicated job, I just haven't gotten around to it.
So, I figure if someone has read my little book here, perhaps they are actually interested in our camper and if that is you, please feel free to contact me! You won't be disappointed!
Amber, Mackenzie, and Colton (AMC)