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We, 18' also and live in central il.( you know where all of our past governors are in jail. Sorry I hope I didn't break any rules. ) we have got plans though Oct. but will put her away for the winter after that. 4 more times out and can't wait, it's beautiful this time of year around here. Only wife and myself now plus the dog and ours seems to more than enough room and still room for our new grandchild coming in March.
Just me and the dog in a 20 foot here. I giggle when I'm at the park and I have the smallest camper there. But, when the big boys have to stay at home because of fuel prices, wind conditions, or they can't afford to go because of there camper payments, I'm out at the park having fun.
Caveman CBB, Im like that to, the super trailers might be like home but we enjoy the outdoors and really only need a place to sleep in comfort. I do like being able to get away and not worry about gas prices or even being able to go at all.
I love the smaller sized TT's also. Ours is 18ft but the layout of it really makes it feel larger/roomier. We looked at some 20 ft ones that feel smaller. layouts can really make it or break it. The 20 ft is just fine for our family of 3, plus 2 (60 lbs) dogs. Easy to tow with our Dakota quad cab and fuel is do-able. We don't feel the least bit limited in where we can go because it's such a manageable size.