After a long (too long) hiatus from R/Ving, we’ve decided that our plans have changed, and now we need to look into buying another R.V.

So, the big question for us was what type of R/V that we want to invest in this time around.

We have certain criteria that will need to be met. The first is room. We will need a much larger R/V than we had the first time around. Our first R/V was a 22-foot Lazy Daze Class C. It was a great R/V and very sturdy, as everyone that has ever

22 Foot Lazy Daze Twin-King

looked at Lazy Daze knows. We need something in the range of 36 to 40 foot because this will serve as our home away from home when we are not sailing. The plan is to park it on a plot of land that we will buy and store it there. We will probably have the land fenced off and the R/V under a garage roof, too. This brings us to our next requirement. It will need to be a diesel. Gas tends to “go bad” when it is sitting. There are gas treatments that you can use to prolong its life, but there is still a limit. Diesel, on the other hand, can last for years without going bad. You have to watch for moisture in the fuel and there can be bacteria that grows in the fuel, but diesel is much more stable.

So if we are going with a large Class A diesel it only makes sense to go with a diesel pusher. They are much quieter while driving than one with the engine in the front, then you have the added advantage of having the generator in the front while you are sleeping.

After a long (too long) hiatus from R/Ving, we’ve decided that our plans have changed, and now we need to look into buying another R.V.

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