We just bought a Keystone Cougar 27RKWE after several years with a 29' Thor Fury tow behind toy hauler.
Our big trip every year is the Burning Man arts festival in the Black Rock desert in NV.
The dust is amazing when it kicks up, almost like talcum powder. I'm curious if anyone has experience guarding AC units, generators, slide-outs, other from similar dusty situations. We know things will get dusty just want to protect as best we can.
This is all dry camping, but it gets pretty hot and it's tough living without AC.
BTW we're mid 40s and this isn't really what the media portrays it as. This will be our 4th trip to the festival and I'd recommend it to anyone with a sense of adventure and an open mind.
Thanks for any ideas on protecting the investment we're making. We're very excited to get this bad boy on the road!
Welcome home! Fellow burner here. We used to take our vw camper but sold it this year and bought our 5ver with every intention on bringing it to the burn. Its such a nice coach that i am reconsidering that decision. The playa really took a toll on the vw, that dust is so corrosive and i could never get it out. Think i may get a junky camper just for playa bound rather then use my nice 5 th wheel. What camp you stay at? Im with 3 gong bicycle repair camp. Last year we were at 8:30 and graduation. Agreed burning man is not at all like the media portrays (its much more intense!)
It is great seeing some fellow burners in the group. I've been camping around or in Distrik the last couple years in my 94 Coachman class B 9:45ish and F. Not sure if I will make it this yr cause of the tix situation, but I'm not giving up yet.