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Old 12-16-2016, 09:32 AM   #133 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by evtower View Post
Slowmover wrote "If two weeks for a married couple is a reasonable expectation for a TT while boondocking, then, in a specification-by-specification comparison . . . ?"

My wife and I anticipate 3 to 6 day trips in our trailer. Of course we might go longer. But as I pointed out with the two links in my post just above, there are two examples of people who have traveled with their 17ft lightweight trailer for weeks and months at a time and they love it.
How long in one place? No need to replenish? All needs met without services?

We can find many examples of small rigs used long term. Not to the point

Three to six days in one location? No services. Correct?

And about a 100-150-mile roundtrip.

So, at best, a very short distance weekend trip.
Defines current state of the art for EV+TT. At present

Is this fair?

Thus, an Alto 1743, with 15-gls water capacity at a dead minimum of 1.5-GPS water per person per day = 10-days. Really, a week without bathing.

See where this goes when seen this way?

Last edited by slowmover; 12-16-2016 at 09:47 AM..
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