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Wednesday, April 27, 2016

A Decision

After my confession that in order to not go totally nuts at night I decided that I will not make any decisions while it is dark outside, this early morning I did just that.  Made a decision.  I had fitful bursts of dreams and tossing and turning about my future most of the night.  It culminated (really need the spell check to keep up with the 50 cent vocabulary…) with a firm decision that I do not want a Class A.  Too Much.  Too much everything. The driving is the least of it.  Finding places to park rank high on the list of issues, as I want to wander and park wherever.  Too much maintenance on too large a scale.  Climbing up on a Class C roof, piece of cake.  Heck, used to climb and cave – not well, but I did.  That was 30 years ago, but still I don’t tend to back down from ladders and such.  However, a Class A causes me to pause.  I don’t like pausing, it makes me stop and think, and then I don’t get anything done.

So, that narrows the field a lot.  There are several smaller Class A rigs around, fewer Class C’s and they tend to sell quickly.  I will now concentrate on cleaning and clearing this place and cashing out money to buy what I want when I find it.

I hope I sleep better tonight.

6 comments:

  1. Sleep is such an elusive thing!!!! Praying the universe sends you exactly what you need.

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  2. Sleep is such an elusive thing!!!! Praying the universe sends you exactly what you need.

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  3. Before I got my diesel pusher, I had a 28 foot class-C. It had a Ford V-10 engine and pulled my Jeep without any trouble. My wife liked the class-C better than the coach we have today. If you are planning to live in it for long periods of time, you may want to consider one like mine which has a washer and a dryer, a large diesel generator, and a four-door refrigerator. Since I am through traveling, I will sell you mine (grin).

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  4. Like I said before ultimately the choice is yours, and only you can decide.
    keep on looking. so many to see...

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  5. Hard to sleep when the mind just won't shut down. But we will find the right one.

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  6. Another Reader4/27/16, 8:12 PM

    Although it is expensive, you can rent Class C RV's by the week. If driving and "living" in one for a week would help you decide if this is right for you, it might be worth the investment.

    What about a truck or van and a Casita, similar to what RV Sue has? It's a versatile set up - you have a vehicle as well as a place to live.

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