|Finding the Right RV|
|Written by Susan Hollingshead|
|Friday, 25 October 2002 00:00|
When we were in New Brunswick in 2001 with Mom, we were camped in St. Martin and observed with great interest one morning as two different "campers" pulled in and set up. The first couple, with their beautiful fifth wheel and pick-up truck parked and set up for their stay. We watched as they unhooked their vehicle, levelled their rig, set down their jacks, pulled out their awning and unloaded their bicycles. After almost a half an hour, off they went to do some sight seeing.
Shortly after that, couple number two arrived in their Class A, towing a jeep. They parked their rig, put down their levelling jacks electronically, put out their slide-outs, disconnected their jeep and left to go sight seeing. It took them all of 10 minutes! We knew right then that a motorhome was definitely the route we wanted to take.
Our first Class A, a 1999, 38 foot Holiday Rambler Endeavor was a beauty but only had one slide and we knew it would not be large enough to live in. The hunt for the perfect RV began.