Saturday, October 22, 2011

I saw this

The other day when I went to meet Jeana, for lunch this nice little Class B was parked outside.

This is what I would like to have. And it can be had for a mere $90,000. I was going to write out a check but I couldn't catch it as it bounced away.

Today I had 1 daughter, 4 granddaughters and 2 great grandsons visiting.
I remember taking a picture like this 21yrs ago.

They grew up to be more than cousins, but best friends and like 2 peas in a pod. Anthony and Marcello.
I will have to find that picture and see if I can scan it for them.

Hope everyone has a great weekend.


  1. Never could understand why B's were so much more than C's. Half the RV for twice the price. The boys look content.

  2. Even the little van based Roadtreks can cost a 100 grand new. It's all kind of discouraging, ain't it Jojo. I know whatever I end up with, is gonna be several years old.

  3. Even I could drive that B. I do pull the fiver on Interstates, not ready for heavy traffic or town driving yet.

    Shoeless Joe makes a good point.

  4. Hi John,
    It is so crazy the way they are priced. And I hear the upkeep is really high. I guess for now I will just keep my Class C, it still has low mileage to.
    Happy to see you here thanks for coming by.

    Hey Hobo,
    I know I have seen the new ones and believe me that thing won't be sitting in my driveway.
    I have a 1996 Winnie, it only has about 70,000, mpg is pretty good for a V10. It has all the comforts of home. You can get older ones really cheap and you being handy can fix what ever may be wrong with it.
    Thanks for coming by for a look.

    Good morning Phyllis,
    You can pull a 5er? now thats good even if it is only on the Interstate. I start out on my own with a small Chalet I could pull it just fine but never got the hang of backing it up. And of course I found out my car wasn't meant to tow anything bigger than a toy wagon.

    Have a wonderful day and Thank you for stopping by.

  5. Prices are just ridiculous!! Since we decided to go from full-timing to part-timing we are looking for a smaller rig. We thought about the Bs but honestly you can purchase a C for less money and get more bang for the buck. I just don't get it??
    We will look for a good used B+ or C in a few months down the road.

    Those babies are adorable!! :-)

  6. Hi Happytrails,
    Yes with the economy the way it is you would think they would be wiser about the cost. While they are very pretty, who needs pretty to go camping. And why would I want to buy a MH that cost more than my house. But its fun to dream.
    Thanks for the comment on my babies.

    And thank you for coming by today