We've had our Aspect since we bought it new in 08 and like it a lot. For 2 people and a small dog it works great,more than that would be a problem. Storage is limited and we'd rather have a bed with room on both sides, but those are just compromises you have to make with a small unit. We love the U shape dinette, but that's a matter of preference. We were planning to buy a new unit this year, but we can't find anything we like as well.
Been there, done that. I called the service department to see if they had any idea why the genny was running but I had no power, and after some discussion they asked if it was plugged in. I always keep the cord plugged into the genny but they had serviced it shortly before, and they don't plug it in when they finish. Fortunately we were home and not on the road.
I carry a mounted and aired up spare in the basement storage area. Had to leave the complete set of metric tools at home to make room. I still have them and I've still never needed them. I do carry a metric hammer that a fast talking salesman sold me. :)
How else could you drive those metric nails we so frequently come across?
They also migrate - in BIG groups. I was driving down a highway and saw a lot of black ahead on the roadway. As I approached I could see thousands of them crossing. Naturally, many didn't make it across. :)
We saw that once. Many years ago we were on I-40 in the Texas panhandle in the fall and saw thousands crossing the road. Really weird. I wanted to stop and take a picture, but my DW didn't care for the idea.
We stayed in the Medora CG in 2010. Nice enough place, a little dusty when the wind blew but not bad. We also noticed a fair amount of noise from the trains that run around the clock on the track about a half mile away. The South unit of TR was only about a half hour drive away, close enough we could run over there twice a day, and we saw bison, wild horses, and prairie dogs just about as soon as we reached the park. We did the North unit as a day trip in the toad, since it was only 70 miles away. It made for a full day, but at the time the road (route 85) was under construction and very rough, so we didn't want to take the MH on it.
Am seriously considering the purchase of a 2026 Coachmen Leprechaun .
Any comments on this class C? Any comments, pro or con on MHSRV in Alvarado, TX? Thanks in advance.
Is this like back to the future? Seriously, we looked at one of those (a 2016 model) and liked the layout. Hope someone has info on these.