Re: How small an RV?
- From: Janet Wilder <kelliepoodle@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Mon, 19 Oct 2009 19:25:29 -0500
On Oct 19, 10:11 am, Janet Wilder <kelliepoo...@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:We were talking yesterday and we are both missing RV travel. We areSome friend's have a 21 ft C. The design is such that they can use
thinking of getting a small, used class C that we won't have to tow a
car behind. It doesn't need a slide or even a separate bedroom if there
is an accessible bunk or even a sleeping sofa. We would only go out for
3 weeks at the longest and mostly around Texas.
I am not interested in towing anything, a class B, nor am I interested
in a class A. I want some steel around me. A B+ would be okay.
What I'm asking is what is the largest length that we could have and not
tow a car. I want to be able to park it on the street or in a parking
lot without a problem (obviously not an indoor lot). I am thinking 22
feet. Is that right?
the cab-over for storage and sleep on a bed in the main area. It also
has a mini-table for eating. It is very compact but it works for them
Me, I would certainly include many of the Class B options as well.
If all you are planning to do is sleep in-it, travel in good weather
(so you can "live" outdside), either could be a good option
Thanks, Ralph. A B is really not an option. I'm too claustrophobic. Ceilings are higher on a C.
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