Picked up my trailer from Dennis Dillon RV in Boise, Idaho on September 15, 2016. Drove it 650 miles to my new “Snowbird Home” in Boulder City, Nevada. This Winter I will be doing numerous modifications to upgrade the trailer.
After a major downsize in my lifestyle, I am having fun learning to live full time in a trailer 24 feet long with 220 SF of living space. Great challenge! After receiving numerous requests for trailer photos, I post the following Slideshow. Enjoy.
I don’t know why I had to drive 3700 miles to find the perfect travel trailer. That is the equivalent of driving from Las Vegas, Nevada where I currently live to Anchorage, Alaska. I drove 3700 miles in the span of 4 months. I am now home with my new 2012 Lance 2385 travel trailer in the driveway. I am satisfied that I have found travel trailer that will work for me to full-time for the next several years. I will share my thoughts and comments on my new trailer in future BLOG POSTS.
How did I drive 3700 miles, you ask? Here is the breakdown:
1300 mile RT to Boise, ID. Bought a 2009 Nash 22H. Decided it was too small.
500 mile RT to San Bernadino, CA. Delivered the 2009 Nash to a new buyer.
600 mile RT to Phoenix, AZ to look at a toyhauler. Trailer was a lemon. Dealer a crook.
1300 mile RT to Boise, ID to pickup my new 2012 Lance 2385 travel trailer.
3700 miles total
Continue reading “3700 Miles To Buy A Lance Travel Trailer”
On May 11, 2016, I drove 638 miles from my home in Las Vegas to Dennis Dillon RV in Boise, Idaho. I bought a 2009 Nash 22H. Nash has a reputation for building a strong, rugged, off road trailer that is well insulated for all four seasons. Fully self contained, this 24′ trailer is complete with kitchen, queen bed, couch, dinette, full bath and a 160 watt solar panel on the roof for off the grid camping. It was a great trip up Highway 93 through the Great Basin Valley of eastern Nevada. Continue reading “I Pick Up My New Trailer”