Monday, October 18, 2010

Moving on the way Margie would like...

I'm sure Margie would want us all to carry on doing what she loved...


So, with Margie and Bruce in mind I'm going to share
the other Camper we're looking at for possibilities 
to enjoy this wonderful lifestyle!

The Lance 825 

Lance 825
Lance 825 Inside
Outside Compartment
Atwood Jacks
Refrigerator 3-way Power
Air Conditioning
The Head

Here's the specs for the Lance 825

Dry Weight:   1755 lbs
Interior Floor Length:   8'6"
Interior Height:   78"
Exterior Width:   86"
Overall Exterior Height:   7'6"
Exterior Length:   16'6"
Fresh Water Tank:   30 Gals.
Grey Water Tank:   11 Gals.
Black Water Tank:   14 Gals.
Propane:   1 (5 Gal. Tank)
Refer 3-Way Power:   3 Cubic Ft.
Standard Furnace:   12K BTU's
Queen Cabover Mattress (North/South)
Generator:  Portable


Rick and Paulette said...

That is a nice looking unit. They sure manage to get everything fit in there nicely. Another blogger, Gypsy, has just bought a Lance Camper as well.

LakeConroePenny,TX said...

My brother and SIL bought a used Lance camper and just finished a 17,000 mile trip to Alaska, and drove all of Rte 66, too. They are so pleased with it that they are selling their other brand, a larger one with slide.

Their Lance has another counter behind the dinette, with microwave and cabinets above, and that was very handy, and gave it a larger feeling when living in it for that long:

Some kitchens just give you a cooped up impression, and that is horrible for making meals.
Being a woman I look at the kitchen first!!

Theirs also has twin beds, which they were going to change, but that gave it a feeling of more space, too, so they kept it that way.

Happy Trails, Penny, TX

Merri and Steve said...

Thanks for the info Rick and Penny! I'll check it out!

Yes I think the TC gives everything you need especially for a weekender like myself.