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Kitwanga BC Canada
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15 year past in RV industry, had 5 different rigs I built myself, last one 36 ft pusher(bus) next 42ft front control, then smaller ones. Am working on blue prints now for the last one.not purchased yet…looking at old Safari Class A to upgrade for full…full time in.
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We're currently full timers, have been for three years and counting. We love it. We upgraded to the BlueBird this past October and it's an even bigger learning curve for us. Diesel was our main concern... we're heading west for the coming year or two and will likely do lots more dry camping. Currently the BlueBird leans heavy on 120v/power and kills our standard battery set up pretty quickly. Solar in our future, maybe? But wind would be awesome... does it work while driving? Cheers! Let us know when you get your new rig! Share photos!!
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