changoloco wrote:They are a huge waste of natural resources and monetary resources.
changoloco wrote:Get a VW Westfalia and be done with it. It has all the benefits of having an RV without all of the downfalls that have been mentioned in this thread. In a Westy you have a bed, stove, sink, freezer and fridge. However they are small enough that you won't want to be spending all of your time hanging out in it like it is your own private "VIP" section. Another huge upside is that they get 25+ MPG. I personally think that RV's are, in fact, not very BM like. They are a huge waste of natural resources and monetary resources.
AntiM wrote:Art challenge: sew a giant RV cozy cover so it looks nifty and not like every other RV out there. I know it can be done, I've seen it. At least I'm assuming that was an RV under that giant pink rabbit....
Or set up a "front porch" with chairs and such so you can interact with people on the street.
Genius is right, baffle that bitch.
illy dilly wrote:I like the Captains idea of getting a slid in camper.
How much do those things weigh? Can you still tow a gear trailer with a slid in camper?
Blurt wrote:Re: Renting and RV...
I rented one year and with the mileage it was $2,500 (and I lost the deposit).
I then bought an old RV for $10,000 and this is year three with it - already paid for itself, plus I had it the rest of the year for trips near home. It isn't pretty, no gennie, no AC, but the convenience is fabby.
Well worth it if you can swing it.
Boijoy wrote:you know, the back of a rented cargo van fits a double size matress with room to spare & they aren't as expensive or as hard to clean as an RV.
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