Originally Posted by Linzoids
I just accepted a job as a travel RN. As soon as our house sells we are wanting to live in a extended stay 5 th wheel Full Time. We have a 1-Ton Diesel Pick up, so weight and size are not an issue. We have looked at 100's of 5 th wheels and every dealer has the best one available on the market. We really like the Jayco front living model. We also like the solitude by Grand Living, because of the storage. We would like to get one that is gel coat without decals. Any suggestions or information will be greatly appreciated. Thanks
Just ran across your post. My wife is a traveling RN. We just bought a 2013 Montana Mountaineer 295 RKD. She is working with an agency to try to get on in San Antonio! Starting in early November.
As far as a fifth wheel goes, we have looked at 100's, also. If money is no object, then a Luxury Suites or Cameo or Carriage or one of those others are fine choices. But we didn't think we needed to spend $80,000 or more on a fifth wheel. The R-values in our Mountaineer are not at the top of the scale, but somewhere near mid-range. And we have been told that the front living units have a heavier hitch weight. We liked the Keystone Alpine front living, but not the $77,000 price! Why do you prefer no decals?
So, if you don't mind my asking..... What agency are you with for this assignment, what is your specialty, and what hospital will you be at? (Methodist?) And, can your sister recommend a good rv park in San Antonio?
If you would rather not answer, that is fine,
or you can send me a private e-mail. Thanks!!!