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Old 01-12-2010, 04:44 PM   #43
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We are in a 2001 Journey 32T and have been at this FT live since June 2004 and love it.


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Old 01-12-2010, 07:07 PM   #44
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The Trek didn't work out for us in their pre-slide era because John uses a wheelchair and we really prefer the extra space slides create. In 2006 we changed rigs to a truck and 24' TT (w/one slide) so we could take our ATV with us camping. Last winter we spent 6 months in the TT and decided we want to travel at least 6-7mos/year and like to carry my hobby supplies and john's outdoor scooter (the largest scooter made by Pride Mobility) so wanted the extra basement room and weight capacity. As usual, we chose this MH with those issues in mind, plus very specific needs in the bedroom/bathroom area. And with our 40', we feel completely confident if we ever do decide to fulltime again. But having said all that, w/c accessibilty is the main deciding factor. But we do love the Trek!

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Well it is nice to see so many enjoying fulltiming in smaller rigs... I was beginning to think that I was going in the wrong direction but now believe I will continue to look at smaller rigs as well as some larger ones.

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