I’m roughing it tonight at the Liberty Coach parking lot (that’s where I bought the coach). I met Jill, Stu, Joe and Pam there, and we watched Eagles and Doors videos on their 42" outside TV along with fire-pit. It was really roughing it I tell ya 😉
Over the last week I’ve been boon-docking (living with no electrical or sewer hookups) at PhotoshopWorld and across from a friend’s condo in Miami. So far, I’ve been able to go for seven days without having to hook to any power or fill/dump my tanks. I’m sure I’ll be able to extend that length once I learn to conserve water better.
At PhotoshopWorld I had approx. 50 people come through the coach. Their reactions where very positive and they were amazed at how nice the accommodations are. It was nice to be living right out side the convention center so I could go back to the coach to take a break.
The worst thing that’s happened to me so far has been downtown traffic and construction. It’s not fun trying to drive a 40′ coach around downtown when there’s a lot of traffic around. Driving on the interstate is sooo comfortable that I’d much prefer it over driving any other vehicle.
Posted From: Liberty Coach, Stuart, FL
Did you toast any dogs over the fire? I sure do like hot dogs.
When are we going to see some more shots of the new coach, now that you’re settled and all?
Congrat’s on the new coach… your livin’ the life. Does it have a series 60 or a 8V92.
Would be great to see some pictures from inside the coach.
/Marcus from Finland
Where is Ben? You still OK?
You got us excited during the move but now the updates a far apart…
Please tell us more…
I’ve had my wireless card in my PowerBook for the last week or so and haven’t gotten around to downloading photos for posts. I should be caught up by now.
It’s got a Series 60 with a six speed Allison World transmission.