We’ve been doing some research on the Internet prior to going to an RV place. I like something a little retro. The Airstream Sport 16′ Bambi looks real nice but very pricey and I don’t think we have any dealer nearby that sell this.
It was a beautiful day and we all packed in Bo’s SUV to a dealer that is less than 10 miles from my dad’s house. My dad visited this place earlier in the week, I guess they were serious about buying.[vimeo http://www.vimeo.com/28881442 w=515&h=290]
We started out looking for a 16 feet camper.
The inside is very small. It would be perfect for a family of 3 or 4 but it is too small for us since we have 5 people. There’s me, Bo, Lee, my dad, and sister that will go camping together.
We ended up with the 2012 Travel Trailer Keystone Summerland 1890.
It is a 24 feet camper, a lot more roomier and can sleeps up to 6-8 people.
I didn’t have that much time to take picture since everyone were waiting. The door opens to the living room and kitchen. The sofa is the sofa bed.
The dining room table turns into a bed.
The kitchen has all that we would need for camping.
The bathroom has a separate shower stall.
And sink outside.
The bedroom has 2 beds, Lee already picked the top bunk bed. The bottom bed is a full size and can sleep 2 people comfortably.
My sister Bee also came along. Bo and my dad will pickup the camper on Monday. We went in with my dad and sister to purchase this camper and looking forward to our future camping trips together.
Right now we plan to tow with my sister’s truck, and perhaps someday we might be able to get something a little bit bigger when we have a better towing vehicle. I saw one camper in the showroom that is real nice, I can actually live in this RV. The most expensive thing about traveling are boarding and meal expenses and with our own traveling trailer we can afford to go places more often.