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Old 11-25-2012, 07:35 AM   #43
Join Date: Jun 2011
Location: Phoenix, Arizona
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So many things to consider, your price range, your destination, and why two months? I can only give you a few reasons to go with a diesel pusher. when my wife and I decided to buy I had a few things I needed in my RV. I needed a diesel engine, a truck suspension, air ride and brakes, and large tires. My wife was easier to please, she wanted a washer/dryer! now to the real reason we chose to RV. we like the open road and the fact that each evening and morning we can wake to a new view. we have been on the road for over three years and I wouldn't trade one experience, good or bad for the joy of turning the key and heading some place new. sure you can stay in a hotel cheaper than owning a RV, but a hotel is four walls for the night. in an RV the night sky is your view. I like having all my creature comforts at hand, water, food, a hot shower, and a bathroom. Sure you have all these things in a hotel, plus bedbugs, rude clerks, bad food and dirty bathrooms. lets face it...we are creatures of sensation, and in truth all we really have in the end are our memories. you hit the open road because we humans have an affinity for water, a campfire, and the freedom and comfort of a warm bed, good friends, and food prepared your way. In our travels we were blessed with our son who is now six months old and came into the world where we chose to have him born, Astoria, Oregon and he has already seen more of America than most people do in their lifetime. but alas, we will soon move back on land. He requires more space than our RV can afford. but we have pictures of him with the redwoods, the ocean, the painted desert, and the awesome oregon coastline. And though he wont remember it he can say "I was there" good luck with your decision, just remember it's not the destination...it's the journey

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