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Old 09-04-2019, 06:35 AM   #1
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Which Van Has Great Layout For Solo Full-timing? Mainly Boondocking?

I am asking full timers living in a Class B:


I used to own a Ford Majestic Tourer II Class B RV until I gave that up for a class C because that was bigger. It was challenging for full time living. However, I know many of you are happy with your class Bs. I am creating an article for my blog about full-timing in a Class B RV and need your help.

If you boondock a lot, which layout you have? What RV? Are you happy with it? I know different people have different needs.

How long you can last boondocking?

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You might want to post this question up over on


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I would imagine there may be a few "van dwellers", aka full timers, over there.

In all the time I owned a class B van, I only recall one or two full timers as contributing members over there, but there may be more now.
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Wife and I are full timing in a Class B (pleasure-way Lexor). We can boondock for a week or so until the black tank fills up (12 gal). Power is not a problem. If the weather is mild, solar keeps the lithium batteries topped off. If not, we can run the generator which I don't really like to do. Propane will last a week if we're in cold weather and have to run the heater a lot. We try to avoid really hot/cold weather, because we can. Our layout is a rear u-shaped lounge, bathroom and wardrobe are on the driver's side, passenger side is all windows.
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