That said, I adored our Casita, possible made even dearer to me because Walt and I made so many memories in it, and also because I felt it was relateable in that I could do everything to set it up and take it down and move on down the road. But it was small, and for Walt it was more than small it was cramping. And that's no fun when your partner isn't having fun.
So while we were in Yellowstone this past spring, Walt and I trekked to Billings to look at some Arctic Fox models that we had heard were really well built - built for northern climates. While there we ran across a fellow in a gas station who had one and asked him if he liked it and he sold them in Casper. So on the way back we dropped by Casper. We unfortunately didn't find one at that dealer, but Walt persuaded me (OK he drug me kicking and fighting the whole way) to another superdealer. The whole idea reeked of used-car, slippery salesmen, fly-by-night, and I didn't want any part of it.
I saw this one model - I walked in and it was instant love - and this place I was convinced had nothing!!! Ain't it the way!
Red Rock Canyon last weekend with my two fav guys chillin'!
We love it. It's 26' long which is a lot longer (almost twice) than the Casita and a foot wider. It takes a lot more hp to pull it down the road, and it's a big guy's toy. But I do the inside and Walt does the outside and we are off. The most important thing is that Walt feels like he can actually stand up and move, and he is so much more comfy in it. So comfy, I might not see him for a while!!! (I still am working so gotta stay home and keep the $$$ flowing in!!!)
Here's a little video I took when we were looking at it up at Casper. BTW, they don't sell these further east or south than Casper. They are for cold weather climates, but they are built solid