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wedreambuilders

My parents had beautiful RVs after retiring at 40 to travel half of each year. Trouble was that they also kept permanant homes, paid for 2 separate memberships to RV communities and still often HAD to sleep at hwy rest stops or Walmarts. Huge footprint in a time when restraint should be practiced by anyone who cares about their next generation. They liked the monochromic nuetral colours , so that all the lovely patchwork quilts, hand painted dishes, fresh flowers and fruit etc would stand out. Just like in design magazines. But I can certainly see why the Tiny house movement is strong. A more solid investment in one's life, if one can find land on which to settle in on for which someone else is paying the taxes, insurance, infrastructure etc. And probably supplying storage space for all the other necessities of life for working adults.

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Beachguy PVB

So many good ideas for a RV. Lighter colors and many innovations that the average RV needs desperately. I wonder why the companies don’t offer more style in the new ones? I bet their management all drive gray and brown cars.

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Diane Wright

This is brilliant! You have poured over this space for hours and reaped every inch of goodness from it. Thank you also for the floorplan and even your vehicle. You did a very thorough job.

   

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