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Old 07-19-2016, 07:32 PM   #29
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Might look at a used Prevost crew bus. Plenty of bunks, etc. to handle the load of the band that follows the star.
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Wow! You're a fast shopper. You posted this at 3:30 AM and have it bought at 3:30 pm - all in one day.
No, I'm still looking. I think you saw "Our new motorhome" instead of "One new motorhome". It was one I saw online.
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Thanks to all who gave advice for my post about being Lost, but I'm making good time.

I'm still digesting everything you guys said. I have changed what I want to 6 beds at the most for 4 adults and 4 kids. We'll use an airbed. We won't always have family with us in our travels. I appreciate all the input, and I'll be reading over everything again as we continue this process. I think somebody thought I was taking all 4 of our children, their spouses and their kids. No. We'll take one family at a time...the largest being my daughter's family of 2 adults and 4 children. And it won't be a long trip, believe me. But it will be fun to all be together. We did that some with my husband's parents years ago, and we had a blast. It was tight, but fun! Thanks again, everybody. I'll post again when we take the plunge.
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Old 07-25-2016, 09:08 AM   #32
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Many campgrounds have cabins, so plan your family trips accordingly and have your occasional guests just rent a cabin, while you congregate at the RV, and get an RV based on "your needs" for the majority of the time you will be traveling.

A bit of separation at the beginning and end of the day can be nice....... Last year we "avoided" the multi family home rental at the beach, and stayed a few miles away in our MH. It was so nice to get away from the daily, 7x24, never ending mayhem of 3 or 4 families and kids crammed into a house.

We got up when we wanted to and have my morning coffee in peace, had the "excuse" to drive back to the RV earlier in the evening and get to bed at a reasonable hour, then head over to the family house when we felt like it. It made the beach week so much more enjoyable!
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We are a family of 4... two small boys. We recently travelled with our niece and it wasnt about the sleeping space... plenty for that. But, mental space was def taxed.
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