|SPRING IS SLOWLY BEGINNING TO BUD|
|PHEEBS AND I WERE OUT DRIVING MISS KELLY EARLIER TODAY|
|I HADN'T EXPECTED THE 401 WEST OF WOODSTOCK TO BE BUSY WITH ALL THIS COVID STUFF GOING ON BUT WAS SURPRISED TO SEE IT WAS AS BUSY AS IT ALWAYS IS|
|AS I'VE SAID BEFORE WE ARE LOOKING FOR A SMALL RUN-ABOUT RV FOR LOCAL TRAVELS|
|WITH A FEW SMALL RENOVATIONS WE COULD MAKE THIS WORK FOR US|
|BEEN STORED INSIDE ALL WINTER|
|OLD ORIGINAL FRONT SEATS HAVE BEEN REPLACED FOR NEWER LEATHER/VINYL SEATS|
|THIS RIG WAS ACTUALLN NOT ADVERTISED AS BEING FOR SALE|
|ACTUALLY MORE COUNTER TOP SPACE THAN WE HAD IN OUR LAST 37' CLASS A MOTORHOME|
|HAVE TO ADMIT AFTER OUR LAST TWO ILL THOUGHT OUT VEHICLE PURCHASES WE ARE RATHER GUN SHY OF MAKING ANOTHER WRONG DECISION|
|ALTHOUGH YOU CAN'T SEE IT THERE WAS SNOW IN THE AIR ON OUR WAY HOME|
|HERE'S MISS KELLY ON OUR WAY HOME FROM TILLSONBURG THIS AFTERNOON TALKING TO HER SISTER BECKY IN FLORIDA AND OF COURSE THERE'S LOONEY TUNES IN THE PASSENGER SEAT:))|
- Arab cannibal's favourite flavour: Yemen-lime.
- At the evening service tonight, the sermon topic will be "What Is Hell?" Come early and listen to our choir practice.
- Weight Watchers will meet at 7 PM at the First Presbyterian Church. Please use the large double door at the side entrance.
I would see lots of potential for water damage, especially around the overhead cab, windows and everywhere else. In that regard, I also would press on the outside walls. Have a younger someone go up on the roof. Examine all things mechanical, engine, jacks. All kitchen stuff, including anything electrical and/or gas, back of refrigerator. Tanks leak? Can you get out a back window? I ask this because, as careful as we were, we had the Norcold fire.ReplyDelete
Al, that rig not for you....ReplyDelete
I am loving that photo of the three of you. Pheebs in the front seat is looking great.ReplyDelete
I don't think you would like this rig as it is to small. Maybe if you took out the dinnette or that couch thing and fit your recliner that might make a difference. She sure is and oldie but if they have all the records then you can figure out how well taken care of it is.ReplyDelete
Nice rig for me but I thinks your standards are higher. I took a long walk today and have not driven since I left Florida.ReplyDelete
There have been good points made about the RV, whether it is right for you, only you and Kelly can say. As you know any RV can have it's issues, water leaks would be evident from that window, propane leaks you could smell and you know what else to look for. For small local trips, the size may be just right, certainly more room then the Class B, which I wondered about at the time when you bought it. If they are willing to sell it certified, that would be good and if you really wanted to, I am sure you could get a dealer to go over it, before you bought it. I was reading an article yesterday, giving 8 reason why RVing will be on the rise when this is all over. I understand the heart and head decisions, good luck.ReplyDelete
Appears to be well looked after but appearances....ReplyDelete
Have it checked over thoroughly and I agree with concerns about water issues, slightest problem over all those years could cause you both health concerns if there is mold in them there walls.
Al....NO! It's way too old and I see a LOT of potential problems. It's also too small for the two of you. And, is this REALLY the time to buy another RV? the future is so uncertain...I would definitely wait and rethink this.ReplyDelete
I like it! Nice and bright inside and Kelly could add her personal touches. You certainly know what to look for and will find what is right for you both. Good luck!ReplyDelete
Love Pheebs antics, reminds me of our little guy.