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The Rigs We Have Owned Over The Years

Our currrent, and hopefully last, rig is a 2024 Rockwood Geo Pro G15TB travel trailer. We wanted something with twin beds, something that easily fit in small campgrounds, it needed to have a gas and electric water heater, a double door fridge, and solar. This one had all that and we have upgraded everything that we wanted like larger holding tanks, more solar, a better charge controller, a 200AH lithium battery, etc.
2024 Rockwood Geo Pro G15TB

Our previous rig was a 2022 Grand Design Transcend Xplor 221RB travel trailer. This camper wass a huge upgrade from our original Palomino travel trailer. This thing is loaded, has a fantastic, spacious floorplan, and the slide out gives it tons of living area. We bought it on our anniversary in 2022 and immediately started shopping for all the accessories and doo-dads we needed for it. It came with 165w of solar pre-installed, and we've added another 200 watts to that. This camper turned out to be too long for many of the older state and national park campgrounds, which is why we sold it.
2022 Grand Design Transcend Xplor 221RB

The next RV we had was a campervan we built ourselves. We bought a 2014 Ram ProMaster 2500 cargo van brand new and converted it into a wheelchair accessible campervan. It is the high roof model, 159" wheelbase, 3.6L Pentastar gas engine, and also has dual sliding doors. We are only part-time RVers now, spending the winter in warmer climates and traveling during the warmer months so a full blown RV wasn't necessary. You can read about the cargo van to RV conversion process on this page.

2014 Ram ProMaster RV Conversion Van

Prior to the campervan, our RV was a 2004 Gulf Stream Conquest 6236 Ultra Limited Edition 24' Class C. It sat on an E450 Super Duty chassis and it had less than 21,000 miles on it when we got it on May 10, 2011. We traded our previous travel trailer for this motorhome.

Class C Motorhome

The motorhome had an 8' slide out that held two glider/recliners and a large wardrobe. It had a rear kitchen and rear bath, freeing up the front of the coach making the unit quite roomy. We slept in the cab-over bed and it is very comfortable once we put a memory foam mattress up there. The dinette seats just 2 people and therefore didn't take up much floor space. Here is a walk-through video of the motorhome...

Our toad was a 1999 Jeep Cherokee 4x4. We originally bought it in September 2004, sold it to our son in January 2009 and bought it back from him in October 2011. We installed a wheelchair carrier on the back so Jerry can go to the mall with Cynthia. We sold the Jeep about the same time we sold the motorhome.

1999 Jeep Cherokee 4x4

Prior to the Class C, our RV was a a 2011 Gulf Stream Kingsport 288RLS, a 29' travel trailer with a super slide. We only had it for about 6 months before trading it to an individual in exchange for the Class C shown above. It was a nice camper but it never felt "homey" and when coupled to the truck, it was just too long.

Kingsport 288RLS

Our first ever RV was a 2008 Palomino Gazelle G210, a 19' travel trailer with no slide. This was a wonderful little trailer but a little on the small side. We sure do miss it!

Palomino Gazelle G210

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