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Andy Mirdik

I have a 2005 Pleasure-Way. Wide body conversion van. ClassB. It is perfect for me! Absolutely love it. 20ft. Long

Jeananne Walker

We just bought a 41 foot BigHorn Traveler 5th wheel. We are so excited that all of our grandkids can go with us on trips during the summer!

Rene Maloon

We started with a cabover camper on the pickup. Found an old C-class 28 ft & my husband remodeled it. Went to an A-class that was 30 ft & fast, but hubby wanted a pop out, so now we have a 32ft C-class & really put it to use this past summer. I still miss the old Cabover camper, but he likes the extra room of the pop out.

Ed Thomas

Started with a pop up when kids were young. Moved to a 20 ft travel trailer as teens. Moved to a 29′ class C when I retired 10 years ago. Moved up again to a 37′ class A now. Love the luxury, convenience and ride. Living the good travel life

Jeannine Patané

Full-time in a 13′ trailer. No slides. No propane. No water tanks. Love it! Simplicity with the outdoors in luxury living space. Silk sheets, animal fur for a desk seat. Real wood flooring and an “open floor plan”. Solid brass fixtures and a custom designed vinyl wrap on the outside.
Couldn’t ask for anything more or bigger.


45 years in motorhomes and finally found the perfect machine. A 24 foot class A Safari Trek with a bed that goes to the ceiling, has a 3.9 liter Isuzu turbo diesel, 14 mpg, bullet proof commercial chassis. With the bed she is 34 feet long inside and only 24 feet long outside. Smaller than some pickup trucks today.

Tommy Molnar

30′ of travel trailer “luxury living” (in OUR opinion anyway . . .) and still easy to get into campsites.

Nick DiPietro

35.6 , 3 slides 5 th wheel. Us two and a Dachshund named Gus. Plenty of room for us and easy to maneuver . Travel about 6 mo of the year Luvin every min of it ! Almost every min.

Bill Semion

25-foot Leisure. Perfect.


Husband done camping. When I retire I am off the grid. I do camp in a 20 x 8 Jayco travel trailer and love it. Great for one or when my daughter and mother come along fits 3 cozy. Other wise when I retire it will be fine for one. Can’t wait.

Steve Kiser

39.9 feet
Big Sky Montana.
Four slides too big for most places.
Enjoy the comfort.
6 yrs old doing well
50 amps is also a problem

Gene Bjerke

We are the “poor relations” that travel in a 22′ Class B (what’s a Class B?). We love it and can’t understand why anyone would want to burn a lot of fuel pushing a big box of air down the highway.

Patti Lounsbury

We are in our first year as full-timers in a 36ft 5th and loving it. Plenty of room for the two of us, two cats, and today a 10week old pup. Yep, we are probably nuts, but having a wonderful retirement.


40 foot 5th wheel, 4 slides.

Hardy Jackson

41 foot / 3 slides, bigger then really needed, but then again, why not?!

Dottie Cameron

39 ft 5th wheel.


34 ft 5th wheel, by NuWa
But one day I will downsize significantly

Dave Jeffries

We “half time” ( Snowbirds ) and our total over the road length is 68 feet, truck/5th wheel/UTV’s trailer. and yes we do pick the states in which we travel carefully. Our 34 foot three slide 5th wheel gives us lots of room.

Mona K.

We are full timers – this is our 10th year. We have a 38 ‘ fifth wheel with 3 slides. It has plenty of room for us. We love it.


I had two small class A’s when the kids were young, we now have a truckcamper and love it. We just spent 5 weeks visiting some western parks.