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Old 09-17-2015, 09:29 AM   #15
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We are looking at a Travel trailer for full time living, and are curious what others on the form have TT wise.


My wife and I live FT in our 35ft DP motorhome.

We picked a MH and the specific one we did based on my work schedule, 20,000 miles a year coast to coast and wintering in Snow country. We have learned a ton over the past 1.5 years, 35000 miles, 39 states.

Now we have stopped. and are planning on staying in one place longer. Maybe move 2 or 3 times a year possibly 3000 miles. NO MORE 15F with lots of Snow!

We are thinking a newer 30 foot TT with 2 or 3 slides and tow behind a 3/4 4x4 Suburban or Truck. currently liking Keystone Cougar or Montana.

If anyone have any thoughts or advice to share we would really appreciate it.

Thanks,
Mike
We are in the process of doing the same. Just sold our 40' MH and have ordered an Arctic Fox 32A (34.4'). We have been full timing for 5 years and love it. I feel the AF is better suited for 4 season living. We are having it build with 2 A/Cs and 50 amp service to accommodate South Texas and Florida weather.
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