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Old 05-08-2016, 02:54 AM   #15
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Slides are our friend !

with one drivers side full wall and two on passenger side, we lose space under the awning, but gain MUCH more dancing room in the "stateroom"

With our 44'er we've stayed in 30 foot sites and had more issues with width than length - lot's of overhang sites put you in a nice view !

Enjoy, and looking at your boat pic, am jealous and wish we could follow you around - your planning paid off !
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Thanks everyone for your replies.

We don't have a coach yet but will soon enough. Still doing the research and this includes how we will use the coach. I see the RV lifestyle similar to the boating lifestyle. Some boat owners have both and spend the winters on the coach and summers on the boat. Incidentally a boating DW is referred to as the Admiral.

I see us traveling 200-300 miles a day and staying at an interesting place for 2-3 weeks at a time then moving on. We'll be on the coach perhaps 3-4 months at a time, store the coach and fly home for a few months. Then start the adventure again. We would never full time as we love our house and where we live. Anybody else use their coach in such a way?
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I see us traveling 200-300 miles a day and staying at an interesting place for 2-3 weeks at a time then moving on. We'll be on the coach perhaps 3-4 months at a time, store the coach and fly home for a few months. Then start the adventure again. We would never full time as we love our house and where we live. Anybody else use their coach in such a way?
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That's what we have done each winter for the last 12 years but we drive the coach south in Dec and home to Wisconsin in April... and use it occasionally each summer.
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Two good resources, in addition to maps, etc, are a subscription to American Road Magazine American Road® Magazine which features stories and sights on the two lane roads used before the interstates, combines history and today's information and another good resource is Road Trip USA Road Trip USA: Cross-Country Adventures on America's Two-Lane Highways: Jamie Jensen: 0884778975155: Amazon.com: Books a book on America's two lane highways. I have both and have gotten many good ideas from them.
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