If you scroll back to the first picture, there is a small set of stairs on the left side of the screen. These walk up into the living room. It has a for-real living room. Two sleeper couches (for the company) that were leather facing each other. In between, is a fireplace... hello... I am not kidding. But, then, there is a pop-up television in the back of that. To complete the scene, there is a double set of leather recliners that have footrests and it even massages you. That is it, there will never be any pictures taken... Oh, did I say that there are five push-outs or slides to make this bigger? That is why it looks so big. Pushed in, the couches almost touch one another. Without them, it is merely a travel trailer.
Guess what?? Self-sustaining!! It is solar! I have no idea why that surprised me, but it did. That makes me love it more.
Did I say there was another big-screen television in the bedroom? Well, yes there is!
This actually rolls out and is made of steel. It is in the back of the trailer. You can put all sorts of outdoor toys in there, including Denise's kayak. It is ten or twelve feet long. I cannot remember which, but, it was huge. Why did I not like the fifth wheel again?
Oh, Hive on!
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This is another camper. It is what they call a Class C. It means that the trailer is on a truck chassis and you drive it. Okay, to be fair, it is a very strong, large truck. The layout was nice and it was more compact, which is not a bad thing either. You are not going to live in it forever, so do you really need all that room?
It also had a nice drivers cab, comfortable seats, and very nice tiles on the floor. It also had some carpet, but, actually like the tile more. The big screen was kind of oddly placed, given the placement of the couch, but, this also had push-outs that were not out, so it got quite a bit bigger. I really did like this one too.
Wasn't the outside pretty? There was the one push out. The other side had two. That alone almost doubled the space. Incredible what they do to these vehicles now.
This was a Class A, which is an all in one drivable one. That is what I was originally looking for. It is well-appointed, compact and even has a push out. Just one, but, it really made a huge difference in size.
You can see above the driver's seat that there is another pull-down bed. If you don't need it for guests, you can always use it for storage or just push it up and it will make the cab part bigger. Your choice. It also has a nice pull-out computer desk, so if you have a driver, you can relax and look out that huge bus size window and admire our wonderful earth. She is a beauty! So much to see, so much to do.
Queen size bed and a nice sized room with no waste. However, it did push out, so you could easily make the bedroom roomier if you so chose.
There was a big-screen television. I'm sorry. Aren't we out with nature? What is it with these televisions all over the place? Each vehicle had 3 or 4. That is easily twice the amount I have in my house. And probably bigger too. Ha!
This section are some of the features I saw on various recreational trailers, some of which I went through and looked at them. I couldn't believe it but it had a double sink in the bathroom in one. Yes. Again... I am not going to live there. Skip this extra!
This was a rather unique feature. Well, perhaps unique is not the right word I liked it because it was a space saver AND it had both the washer AND dryer. In the bathroom. Out of sight. Booya!
Full size refrigerators in all of the recreational vehicles that I looked at. That really surprised me, but, I have found that with all these push-outs, they really can fit so much more in them.
I would say that this was a typical bathroom. Very compact, yet, it has everything that you need. The sinks have Corian, as a matter of fact, all of the kitchens had Corian on the counters also. I forgot to mention that up there.
Many of them had ladders that went up to an extra bunking area. In the world of recreational vehicles, this was a definite plus! One can never have enough places to sleep.
This was definitely an adorable little guy! Perfect for a single or a couple and I am sure, lots of fun and better than a tent, right? Although, I always like camping, so ...
You open up the backside and there is a stove and a cooler. Cool, right? It really tickled my fancy! I would have done anything to have one of those a few years ago!
Yes!!! It has a bedroom, enough for two! Or two and a baby... Well, you know what I mean. It was spacious and plenty of room to go around for everyone!
Aptly named: The Little Guy
If you actually got to the end, kudos to you. I didn't mean to make it so long... Well, I can say that I thank you for visiting #MarketFriday and I appreciate all who post into the tag or even come over and comment. It is a pleasure and I trust you will have a most amazing day! And people, please! Keep on Hiving and spreading that love!
So... Which one did you pick?
I hope everyone knows that these posts that I make are purely for fun and something to dream about.
May there always be a flower in your day. #alwaysaflower to color my world.
So the joy may touch your soul
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i cried the way women on tv do
folding at the middle
like a five pound note.
i called the boy who use to love me
tried to ‘okay’ my voice
i said hello
he said warsan, what’s wrong, what’s happened?
and these are what my prayers look like;
i come from two countries
one is thirsty
the other is on fire
both need water.
i held an atlas in my lap
ran my fingers across the whole world
"where does it hurt?"
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*Parts of this post has been previously published last year. Sorry folks! Unforeseen work tonight!