|1994 Dodge Pleasureway with 112,000 miles|
If ever there was a vehicle that was only driven "By a little old lady", this is it. There are a couple scuff marks on the right side to prove it. Using your mirrors gets harder at some point in your life.
Mom traveled at a slow pace. Moving from place to place as she felt inclined. She met many people and saw those things that interested her along the way.
|You can see a lot through a windshield|
|both seats will reverse for seating|
This home away from home provided a kitchen with conveniences. Microwave, refrigerator (this is a standard dorm refrigerator since the gas convertible one died), sink, propane cooktop, hot water, and various storage options, all came with the deal.
The rear area was for sleeping and dining. The table and desk box can lay down between the benches to form a base for the back rests to lay on, making a queen size sleeping area.
The RV is equipped with propane hot water, propane furnace, a refrigerator (originally an electric/propane refrigerator), sewer and holding tanks, fresh water both from a hook up or internal tank, and a cable TV access point.
|controls for generator, water pump, holding tanks, co/smoke detector|
|storage for electric cord|
|30 amp 120 volt|
|Not sure why fresh water hook up and sewer hose storage are side by side|
The bathroom and shower are the same physical space and would seem sort of tight. Not the high point of the tour but handy at certain times.
To me, the air conditioner is one of the nice things about this arrangement. At the end of a long day, I know I can sleep where it is cool. I find that comforting.
I hope this gives you the basic idea of what my mother's home away from home was like. What questions do you have?
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Thanks for your interest.