2017 RV-Dreams Spring Educational Rally - May 8 - 14, 2017 in Sevierville, Tennessee. Mark the dates! Registration to open soon.
Terry and Jo2010 Mobile Suites 38TKSB32008 Ford F450 2014 Ford Expedition 4X4 as Tag-along or Scout Two minor works in progess....pictures taken over the years and a webblog:Our photos on PhotobucketIgnoring the Barking Dogs - Terry's Blog
"HONEY" whats that noise ??? Ken and Cindy---- 08 MONACO CAMELOT 43'
janieD2007 Dodge 3500 DRW 5.9L2010 Excel Limited 30RSOFull Timing starting June 2010Blog: www.flamingoonastick.blogspot.com
2012 Chevy 3500HD DRW's (SOLD)Pressure Pro System (SOLD) Trailer Saver TS 3 (SOLD)
2010 Mobile Suites 38 RSSB 4 #5057 (Sold)
RVing probably not a reality any more.It was a good time while it lasted.
Jessica and Harry
2011 Heartland Landmark
2011 Chevy 3500 HD Dually
Fulltimers since 12/12/12! :)
2010 36 GKE Excel Limited, 2007 F550, Blog: hoenigfamily.blogspot.com
Allan, Jeanne and Katie the catFull-timers from Alabama"07 -40' Phaeton & '08 Jeep Liberty
Dreaming and doing the homework necessary.Looking at:F-350/Ram 3500 type truck, possibly an Airstream or a smaller 5th Wheel.
However, there is still time to change the configuration, just a plan.
2riker2go wrote:Has anyone had any experience with the Nuwa Hitchhiker? So far in our research it is standing out as a top contender.
Has anyone had any experience with the Nuwa Hitchhiker? So far in our research it is standing out as a top contender.
Our research over the last 4 years has lead us to the conclusion that NuWa is the best full-time 5th wheel for us. When the time comes to buy, it will be a HitcHiker by NuWa for us. They are warranted for full-time use and are at or near the top of the best built and best backed by the manufacturer. They have a new pricing program with no haggle prices and you can buy direct from the factory and pick it up yourself at the factory.Here's a link to the NuWa Owner's Forum which provides lots of information on HitchHiker: http://www.nuwaowners.org/
We really enjoy our Hitchhiker II LS (the lower end of the three lines Nu Wa puts out.) The size and weight are a good compromise for us. While we don't have either the "artic" package or a second AC we have had good use of it below Zero and above One Hundred degrees (it does get a bit warm at high temps but tolerable, and at low temps we found that an electric heater helps cut the propane bill).
Lee and Loralie
Excel 30 RSO with a Dodge Ram 3500 Diesel Dually Megacab - Ready to Roll!