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lucyakers

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George and I sold the Foretravel and he bought a fancy live-in horse trailer. He has been living in it in WY since April. We met in Flagstaff for a week so I could go to a school board conference there and, when I came home, I traded my car for a Trailblazer and bought an 18' Pioneer by Fleetwood. Just right size for me and the dog!

Now I need to learn how to tow and how to live without a generator/inverter/etc.

I hope to learn all I need to know very soon and to start renewing old friendships...if you MH people will let me in!
 

Tom

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Hi Lucy. Glad to see you back and you're always welcome.
 

Ron

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Welcome back Lucy.  Sounds like you guys still have the place in Wyoming.  Sam & I sure hope to see you guys this winter while we are in Az.

 

Ned

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Hi, Lucy.  Good to see you again.  Bring that new rig out to our rallies this winter.
 

Betty Brewer

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lucyakers said:
I hope to learn all I need to know very soon and to start renewing old friendships...if you MH people will let me in!

Hi Lucy,

Ask away.? Someone will know wth a answer.? Your trailer sounds just perfect for jaunts out and about? in the desert areas.? A way to get out of the house.? Do you still have your business on line?? I have not checked it in a while.. Every time I see a fancy sewing machine I think of you.? What talents.? Keep checking in here to see what's up? with the forum framily.

Betty
 

Bob Buchanan

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Hi Lucy:

Nice to see you back.

>> Now I need to learn how to tow and how to live without a generator/inverter/etc
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When? i first bought a MH in '94, I purchased a StatPower 1500 Inverter, and their three stage charger plus 2 80 Watt Solar panels. Have since moved to a traveler Trailer, then a 5h Wheel, and now a Class C -- and they are still all going strong. I just move them forward to whatever new rig I go with. So having an Inverter and "good" charger is easily doable in an 18' TT. My TT at the time was also 18'.

You have a number of options for a gen set. Many buy the Honda 1000, 1 or 2 2000's, or a 3000 -- according to your power need. When I began pulling with a pick up, I had a 3600W Generac built into the truck bed. It got gas from the pickup plus had a remote start in the trailer (then the 5th Wheel).
 

Jim Dick

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Hi Lucy,

Welcome back!!! It was nice to hear your voice the other day. Power shouldn't be a problem. Just have George buy you one of those nice, quiet Honda generators. ;D

 

lucyakers

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Thank you all for the kind welcome. I've been in touch with Fred & Daisy and Sierra Vista will be my first trip. And I will be in Q for sure!
 
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