From the bloggers at Roadtreking.
Like all motorhome owners, we give a lot of tours.
It seems that whenever we’re on the road and stop, at a rest area or for fuel, someone comes over and starts asking questions. What they really want is a peek inside. So we oblige.
I bet, though, that because we travel in a Type B, we give more tours than owners of other coach types. Folks are just naturally curious about how two people can get around – let alone get along – in such a small vehicle. So we oblige, opening up the sliding door and inviting them inside.
We show them the rear sofa area that makes into two twin beds or a comfortable king with the push of a button. We open the door to the bathroom and point out the flushing toilet, the shower, the sink. Jennifer always demos the galley, with the induction stovetop, the microwave/convection oven, big refrigerator and various pantry and cupboard storage. And I talk about our solar power and a diesel generator and how we can be totally off the grid for days at a time, all self contained in remote areas where larger vehicles would fear to tread.
But after we have done the tour and enthusiastically shared our love of RVing in our little motorhome, probably the most common question we get is why a Type B? Why not one of those giant Type A motorhomes? Or even a Type C.
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