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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Arfpod Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 09 Jul 2019 at 11:46pm
Wow!  What a great story.  I am miving into the Arfpod with my 4 best doggy friends.  A bit nervous about it, but I am not missing any of the masses of stuff I filled by home with as I downsize.  Thanks for the inspiration!
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I spent 3 months in my 178 while retiring from the Army.  Here's a couple a couple of issues.  Climate - it is not a cold weather camper, you can take precautions, but it is NOT a cold weather camper.  Clothes - my clothes were on a travel rack in pick-up.  I would exchange outfits on a daily basis  I used the campground restroom shower.  Very limited fridge space, I used a good cooler.  Bought ice every 2-3 days.  I used an electric heater, worked fine.  Everyone around me had bigger RVs but I did fine.  It took a planning and some creative changes.  I was by myself and I never felt cramped.  My TV worked and had a ton of DVds.  The convection oven was super. AND I had a gas grill.
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