In just over a month, we would have been living in our Big Horn for three years. They’ve really gone fast! We’re very glad we chose to full-time. We’ve thoroughly enjoyed living in the fifth wheel.
But…when we moved in, we thought we would travel more than we have. We planned to workamp in a place for three or four months, working around twelve hours a week each and then move on to the next place. But things haven’t worked out the way we thought they would. We’ve struggled to find workamping jobs that were what we wanted. And we also found that we love being in Florida. We don’t mind the summer heat and we love the warm winters. In the last year, we’ve only been in two locations, both here in Florida. And we’re near family here. In fact, I think we’ve seen more of my family in the last year and a half than we had in the previous decade.
And, so, we’ve decided it is time to give up the house on wheels. We love living in Florida and probably would never have moved here if we hadn’t come here in the fifth wheel. We’ve found a mobile home in a gated 55+ park that we like and we’ll be buying that, hopefully by the end of the month. And we have the Big Horn and the Ram truck up for sale.
So now I’ll put on my salesman hat.
This combination is perfect for anyone who wants to full-time. It is a 2011 Big Horn 3670 RL. This floorplan has been discontinued and is a great floorplan! Even though it is considered a 2011, it was built after Heartland made the changes that they would use in the 2012’s. If you’ve read our blog, you may remember that it has automatic leveling and that we’ve put the MorRyde Independent Suspension and disc brakes on it. We’re asking $28,300, but that’s negotiable if someone wants to buy it quickly. But not before September 1, as we need to stay in it until we can get into our new home.
The 2012 Ram 3500 ST diesel dually has the max tow package and less than 6500 miles on it. It has a GCVWR of 28,500, spray in bedliner, bed cover and the B & W Companion Hitch with a Blue Ox Bedsaver. The price for the truck is $42,000 and that price is firm. We can sell them separately, but won’t sell the truck until the fifth wheel is sold.
If you are interested, we have it listed both on RV Trader and on Orlando Craigslist. There are more pictures on the craigslist ad because we decided not to pay extra for more pictures on RV Trader, but here are the links to both:
So it’s time to move on to a new season in our lives. We’ve enjoyed the last three years so much! We’ve met some wonderful people who I hope to stay in touch with in the coming years. We’ll never forget them. Thanks for reading and Happy Trails!