A planned trip to Kalispell just didn’t work out … but there was another opportunity in Spokane WA for those into the travelling life. An RV show, that is. It’s our nature to look and investigate – especially for new things that may apply to our own units. Well, as at many RV shows, behemoths dominate the display. We visited the truck campers, and here’s what we saw:
First, the Arctic Fox models … check the new “Fox Landing.”
They’ve got an interesting kitchen layout.
And slide-outs! Everybody is into slide-outs these days.
Speaking of behemoths … Lance brought theirs. This view is from behind (it’s got a side entrance), and has slide-outs on the side and the rear.
The pic above is a regular size Lance … and it has a comfortable feel to it.
Next we saw the behemoth (have I used that word too many times?) from Eagle Cap. The floor on this unit is also above the bed-rails of the truck.
And here’s a view of a “regular” size interior …
Then the Northern Lites from Kelowna (up North). These units are seamless fiberglass tubs, insulated for the Canadian winters. Heated basement, but without slide-outs.
We got a chance to check all the features before … click here to check ’em out.
Then we got to see the Adventurer from ALP … with a new electronic rear awning that is the easiest I’ve seen. Big windows, with dark tint too.
Well, this is not the same as camping in some glorious site … but checking out new equipment always has a cachet of its own.