Good luck with your new rig. A person must buy what suits their needs. I have a 1969 Avion C-11 Camper and a 1988 Avion 34' trailer. They both have their advantages. Right now I'm into restoring my 69 camper because the 34' trailer won't go back where I need it to go.
I hope your new rig suits your needs. Enjoy.
Ford F-350 4x4 Diesel
1988 Avion Triple Axle Trailer
1969 Avion C-11 Camper
Thanks again for all the kind words. To answer a few questions, nope, no kids involved. Just a very sweet woman who may have them one day. As for the permanent site, I'll still be taking it places, probably once a month. I like the variety but when you want to blow out on a Friday witout hitching or packing, it's a nice luxury. Like I said before, I'm "moving" not upgrading. The TT is newer than the TC and more shiny, but the TC did everything and then some for me. I am camping on an annual rustic trip in the Alleghany Mts next month (12th annual) with about 20 friends, and the TT will not get back where the site is. Had it there last year, but it looks like I'm going back to my cabin tent. It's a rustic trip deep in the woods though, so I'm actualy looking forward to that. The TC was nice back there, but didn't go with tradition of the trip.
Thanks for letting us know Snowman! I did the TC to trailer thing also, though for different reasons that no longer are an issue, so...... I'm back to the TC! Good luck with your new rig and just keep on kampin!
1995 Weekender model 910 extended cabover
Calvin, the 1996 creampuff Chev Silverado 3500 extended cab dually
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