This is the second day of reviewing one of five basic questions to ponder before purchasing your first (or next) recreation vehicle and hearing from people who have already taken the plunge into the RVing lifestyle. Yesterday we took a look at “How you plan to use your RV.”
Today we’ll consider:
2. How many people and pets will use the RV?
The number of regular users quickly impacts the livability of the compact space of an RV.
While solo RVer Meg Brubacher is the only human in her rig, she is never alone. Breubacher frequently travels with as many as four pet companions aboard her 24-foot Four Winds Chateau Sport class C motorhome.
“I wanted something roomy enough for us, but not too big for me to handle as a single new RVer,” said Brubacher of Ontario, Canada. “Although I love the smaller RVs for many reasons, including ease of driving and gas mileage, I am now RVing full time and I find it crowded with the dogs. Also, I don’t have room for visitors or grandchildren.”
Photo: Solo RVer Meg Brubacher of Ontario, Canada, travels with her dogs (Sister, LouLou and Annie) in a 24-foot Four Winds Chateau Sport class C motorhome. Read more about Meg by clicking here. (Julianne Crane)