Clicking the pics will make the Lance look bigger than it really is.
Since every picture tells a story, and every picture is worth a thousand words, I figured I didn't have to write anything in the blog today, I would just use captions to express my feelings.
My daughter's yard is starting to look like an RV Park.... Hopefully that look will not last for long.
It will probably be tomorrow before I put the Lance on the back of the truck, I've got to change the electric plug-in from the camper to the truck so the Lance plug will fit the truck plug. I need to keep the truck plug the same since it needs to plug into the Arctic Fox, and, at the moment, the bronco.
The Lance looks in real good shape to me, the previous owners have taken pretty good care of it, and it wasn't used very much.
Quite often RVs don't get used very much, there very similar to a boat, folks want to use them every weekend, but life often gets in the way and you find that cutting the grass, staining the deck, and rotating the truck tires takes precedence over everything else. And before long you realize the camper has only been used once all summer.
I've never been thrilled with the upholstery I've seen in any older camper. I've always heard that camper manufacturers use the colors and upholstery patterns that wives like, because men couldn't care less, and wives often make the final decision on the RV purchase.
Since my cooking is so limited, it probably doesn't matter how small the kitchen is. If it were a bigger kitchen I would probably just make a bigger mess.
My tiny bathroom. In the RV world these are known as wet baths, and they're very common in small RVs. I guess they call them wet baths because everything in there gets wet.
Hopefully I can put it on the truck soon so I can drive it around and see how it feels. Although I don't reckon how it feels is all that important, since this will probably be my home, and I will have to adapt to it no matter how it feels.