Our last motorhome experience was a trip to New Jersey to visit with our children. We stayed at Turkey Swamp County Park in Freehold, NJ and it was difficult to maneuver the dirt roads getting into and out of the park. Driving the motorhome long distances has become a chore rather than a fun experience. In a 35' motorhome we missed being able to stop anywhere to take in the sites along the route.
We returned home in July and put the motorhome in storage to begin the process of emptying to sell the RV. This was quite an undertaking and very similar to moving out of a sticks & bricks home. We were amazed at how much stuff we had accumulated and were carrying around with us.
We then began the process of looking for a smaller RV to suit our needs. After much research and visiting dealerships we decided the Winnebago Travato 59K was best for our budget and lifestyle. Fortunately, we found a new 2017 at a local dealership and have completed paperwork. The Travato is being prepped and we are waiting for delivery.
We are very excited and hopefully we will be able to park the van at home to use as our second vehicle. Our next blog will be all about stocking the Travato and taking off for a new adventure.