Richard Byrne September 28, at Just getting rid of three bags of clothing and shoes made it feel like it we had simplified things already. Lakita September 28, at 1: I probably more than items in my living room!
Go to the Harbor Towne marina, dock the boat and park the RV for a few days while we unload. As usual, nothing goes as planned. After some desperate pleading he allowed us to keep the RV parked for the afternoon while we unloaded, but under no circumstances would they allow it to stay on property overnight.
In a total panic I called Fleetwood. They arranged a driver to come out on Friday night instead of Sunday, meaning we only had an afternoon to remove all the technology and get any remaining items.
Thankfully the crew at Just Catamarans was able to help, and we may or may not have bribed their master lithium battery and technology guru Raf to assist with the delicate stuff.
Why Remove the Technology? Mostly because the technology is ours and the RV belongs to Fleetwood. Our Bounder was a specially designed test coach that we were hoping would be the first of many. We helped put it together with the team at Fleetwood and had a one-year lease.
You can see the full story here: Our departing idea was: Then, we would share when we moved out of the RV and we could personally hand it over to the new owner.
We would meet them in Florida, show them how everything worked and tell a really nice departing story. We thought it was the perfect goodbye.
Instead the higher ups decided it would be easiest and least expensive for them to pick up the RV, let the engineers spend some time with it, then list it on auction. Sad, but we do understand…it was a test unit and not their typical production RV so the team really wanted to spend some time with it and see how it held up against the Alaska Beating.
So, here we are with a bunch of awesome RV gear on our hands and no RV. However, there are some things that are transferring perfectly onto the boat.
This is where the virtual yard sale comes in. The first price you see is our asking price and the price in parentheses is the online price.
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See the gear here: Thanks for hanging in there with us!Riley loves DIY projects and has made something in almost every room of our house and some items outside as well.
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