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kdbgoat

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We got our fifth wheel placed on our lot Saturday. We still have a lot of work to do, but it will be worth it in the long run. We ended up with a 2012 Redwood 36RL.
 
Thanks Tom :) There is storage galore, some has to be reached from a step stool, but good storage for paper goods, etc. It seems really well built, and we love the solid cherry wood. It gets cold here, so I will have to bury my water line like a mobile home, then get the skirting done. Looks like that will be a barrel of fun. Oh, I forgot, gotta get it blocked up too.
 
So,,,you won't be an RVr,, nor will you have an RV.. You will have a permanent home  that's strapped to a piece of land just like all permanents,,right??>>>D
 
Utclmjmpr said:
So,,,you won't be an RVr,, nor will you have an RV.. You will have a permanent home  that's strapped to a piece of land just like all permanents,,right??>>>D

Sound's pretty condescending. Read my sig, the Redwood isn't the only RV we own. Maybe some day I can grow up to be just like you.
 
Redwood 5th wheels are my favorite,  i?m currently thinking about selling my class A and getting one very similar to yours .
 
Dvan said:
Redwood 5th wheels are my favorite,  i?m currently thinking about selling my class A and getting one very similar to yours .

We like our's a lot. If you get one, I suggest looking over a couple of the Redwood specific forums. There are a couple of quirks with Redwoods, and they show how to deal with them there.

https://www.redwoodrvowners.com

http://www.redwoodowners.com/forums/
 
kdbgoat said:
We like our's a lot. If you get one, I suggest looking over a couple of the Redwood specific forums. There are a couple of quirks with Redwoods, and they show how to deal with them there.

https://www.redwoodrvowners.com

http://www.redwoodowners.com/forums/


Will do, thank you
 
Not meant to be condescending,,you listed your post under the heading "full timing" and indicated you were making it permanent much like a Park model is mostly permanent.. Wondering if you were giving up on RVs..>>>Dan  ( As far as Seiler is concerned,, he would not know a 38TT if he got run over by one.>>>)
 
I apologise for taking it the wrong way. No, certainly not giving up rv'ing. Planning on working this year, then retiring. Traveling the country is going to be top priority.
 

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