Wednesday, August 2, 2017

2015 RAM 3500 Big Horn, Crew Cab, 4 x 4, Long Bed

Perfect Fulltime RV Family Vehicle 






This is a perfect truck for a RVing family. We are a family of 6 with 3 car seats in the back.  Exhaust brake a must have. Hitch included will haul 20,000 pound trailer. This truck is barley broke in ready for your adventure. Factory 100,000 mile Power Train Warranty. It has tons of power, and can haul your RV up mountains with no problem. This high output Diesel Turbo paired with the heavy duty AISIN transmission earned it best in class in 2015 with 865 torque, 385 horse power. This truck is designed to haul over 30,000 pounds. This has been a great truck for our family, we love it but our new adventure does not need a truck. We are still using it as our daily driver in Michigan but it's ready today for you to pick up or delivery can be negotiated.  Similar trucks are listed for $44,000 - $46,000 we are listing this with all the additional features including the hitch for $38,5000. 

Location: Midwest but delivery available
Mileage: 67,000 miles
Transmission: Heavy Duty AISIN 6-speed Automatic
Exterior Color: White 
Interior Color: Gray

Engine:  6.7 Liter I6 Cummins Turbo Diesel 
Drive Type: 4WD
Body Style: Dually
Fuel: Diesel
Vehicle Trim: Big Horn, Crew Cab, 4X4, Long Bed

Features:
Four Wheel DriveTowing Package, Heavy Duty Hitch, 5th Wheel Hitch, Power SteeringABS4-Wheel Disc BrakesBrake AssistLocking/Limited Slip DifferentialNew Tires,  Full Size Spare TireTow HooksPower Mirrors Variable Speed Intermittent WipersPrivacy GlassPower Door LocksAutomatic HeadlightsFog LampsAM/FM StereoSatellite RadioBluetooth ConnectionAuxiliary Audio InputRear Bench SeatAdjustable Steering Wheel, Adjustable Foot Peddles,  Trip ComputerPower WindowsKeyless EntryCruise ControlA/CPassenger Vanity MirrorFloor MatsSplit Bench SeatEngine ImmobilizerTraction ControlStability ControlFront Side Air BagTire Pressure MonitorDriver Air BagPassenger Air BagPassenger Air Bag SensorFront Head Air BagRear Head Air BagChild Safety Locks

Additional Features: 
The Exhaust Brake has two Modes; regular and automatic smart brake. Built in trailer brake controller. Heated Seats. Backup Camera with in dash screen. Parking Sensors front and rear. Dual Front Heated Seats and Steering Wheel. Built in Fog Lights. Automatic Rear LED worklights Reverse Lights. Wireless controlled LED Light Bar added safety can be turned on in the RV at night to see your campsite. Tailgate Assist for Safety. Built in 110 volt inverter. Infloor storage. Giant Storage Boxes in Bed of Truck. Spray in Bedliner. 67,000 miles. Ready to Haul. 5th Wheel Hitch Included.













Tuesday, June 27, 2017

SOLD - RV For Sale

2008 Keystone Raptor RL3600

This 2008 38 foot Keystone Raptor Toyhauler fits a family of 6 plus with ease. The large ceiling height and windows gives you a welcoming feel from the moment you enter. Perfect for large families and families who have remote employment needing an office. Setup for boondocking with solar, large batteries, generator and large tank capacity. Ready for you to drive away to enjoying fulltime living at a discounted price.

Perfect Complete Setup for a Fulltime Family, 3 Bedroom Model, Boondocking Ready

This RV is a great way to start your adventure or upgrade to this RV for more space. With the unique design of this toyhauler it will quickly become home.  There is separate spaces for kids and parents, tons of storage space, and is ready to hit the road with your family.



Length: 38 feet
Weight: 11,840 lbs. empty
Blue Book Value RV: $30,000

RV Size-
Fresh Water Tank: 110 gallons
Grey Water Tank: 69 gallons
Blank Tank: 39 gallons
Propane Tanks (2):  14.2 gallon
Water Heater- Propane and Electric : 12 gallons





List of Features
Non-Smoking Home
Toyhauler
Triple Axle
50 AMP
Triple Slide
Updated Interior Paint, Curtains and Flooring
Large Basement Storage with pull out work bench
Extra Ceiling Height in Main Living Area
2 Air Conditioners
Extra Fridge
Toyhauler Garage useable, perfect for bikes
Built in 5500 watt Onan Generator with push button start in main living area
Sleeps 6 with no changes- Queen in Master, Bunk Beds and 2 Lofts
2 Custom Standing Desks - Perfect for Working at Home
Upgraded Batteries
Ceiling Fan and Ducted Air Conditioning
Oxygenics Shower Head with bathtub for small children
Residential sized porcelain toilet
LP Gas Range and Oven
LED lighting throughout inside
LED lights outside for added safety
320 watts solar professionally installed with MPPT charge controller
16 ft. Awning  
20 gallon gasoline fuel tank with fuel pump, perfect for ATV’s or Gulf Carts

Master Bedroom 


Master Bedroom Sink Area


Master Bedroom 


Shower with Tub 


Toilet Area 


Main Living Space 


Kitchen 


Entrance Way 


Desk Area 


Loft #1 


Office Space 


Couch in Office 


Bunk Bed Kids Room 


Bunk Beds 


Book Shelf 


Loft #2 


Kitchen and Dining Room Space 


Tons of Storage 

Truck
2015 White RAM 3500 Big Horn Crew Cab 4 x 4 Long Bed. 6.7 Liter I6 Cummins Turbo. AISIN Transmission. Dually. Exhaust Brake. Heated Seats. Backup Camera. Parking Sensors. Satellite Radio. Fog Lights. Add on LED worklights front and rear. Built in 110 volt inverter. Infloor storage. Giant Storage Boxes in Bed of Truck. New Tires. Spray in Bedliner. 67,000 miles. Ready to Haul. Hitch Included.






Thursday, May 4, 2017

Heading East from Tucson to San Antonio

As we began to head east, we added all our favorite stops to our route. We also visited some new ones.  Here are the highlights. 


Chiricahua National Monument, Wilox, AZ 
-hidden gem with amazing formations 




Indian Bread Rocks BLM 
-boondocking with a rattlesnake 


Gila Cliff Dwellings 
- modern nomads visit accident nomadic ruins



City of Rocks State Park, NM 
- one of our favorites 



Rockhound State Park, NM 
-rockhounding fun 


White Sands National Monument, 
- sledding in the sand 


Roswell, NM 
- a visit with the aliens 


Carlsbad Caverns National Park, NM 
-amazing experience hiking down natural entrance 


Tucson, AZ Visit #2


In 2015, we visited Tuscon for The World's Best Roadschool Convention. We really enjoyed this area and were thrilled to go back to visit friends, this winter.  The first night we arrived we hiked with our friends from Road It Up at Tucson Mountain Park. 


We also hiked at Saguaro National Park. Jayda choose Misty (our friend) as her buddy.  The Saguaro cacti tower above the trail. The path is easy to follow, and every turn of the trail had a different view.  
  

The kids and I visited Catalina State Park. The park is located very close to the city of Tucson with conveniences, such as Walmart and restaurants close to the entrance. It would be a great place to stay if we visit Tucson again. The spots are large and the landscape is beautiful. 


One of the highlights of our visit was visiting Rocks and Ropes. Our friends spent time teaching us about rock climbing and the whole family had fun trying something new. We have been focusing on experiences and this one tops the list of favorites. 



Tuesday, April 11, 2017

Quartzsite, AZ


Description:  boondocking in the desert 

Location: Arizona

Cost:  No Cost 
  

Adventure Highlights: 

 

Have you heard of Quartzsite, AZ ? If you are a Fulltime RV the answer is likely yes.  Since we have been RVing we have heard the name "Quartzsite" and wondered what it was all about. This winter we decided to check it out. The population of Quartzsite is 3,677. The town expands to 250,000 in the winter months.

What brings RVers to Quartzsite ? Boondocking. This is our spot at Dome Rock. We meet up with 4 other families fulltime RV families.  There are many areas surrounding the town where you can park for free (up to 14 days) or pay a small fees to use the dump station and garbage (La Posa Long Term Visitor Area).


The kids had fun from the time the sun came up till after the sun down. Some of the families this was our first meeting and others we have known for years. During our almost 4 years on the road, the thing that surprises me the most of how often we meet up and see our friends on the road. One season we may be in Florida and our next meet up will be in Arizona. It happens sometimes by chance we are in the same area and others we seek out meetups. The kids (as well as adults) pick up right where they left off. There is no "getting to know" each other time period. They are excited they are kids to play with. This week they started a rock band, and our youngest son has put bass guitar on the top of his wish list.


During our stay, two events took place. The QIA Pow Wow Gem and Mineral Show and the Big Tent. The Gem and Mineral Show was something to be seen.  Any and every kind of rock imaginable. The Big Tent had anything and everything for RVing.