NH Craigslist Has This Wicked Cool Must-Have For the Summer For Less Than $10K
I just found a camper that you could buy for under $10,000. You're welcome.
Check out this Craigslist find by clicking here. It doesn't say where this is located, but from the phone number, I would guess it's Vermont.
You know that "Spring into Cash with Sarah & A-Train" started yesterday and we are all very excited at the prospect of winning up to $10,000! Even though we are not eligible to win, my husband and I love to dream about what we would do with the money. Lately, we've been thinking about getting a camper/RV, but those things can be pretty pricey, waaaay more than $10,000, however I just went on Craigslist.org and I found one for $9,975.
The pictures of this bad boy look really good and to be honest, I'm not sure why anyone would buy one of those wicked big RV's with all the bells and whistles on the inside. If I'm going to travel in an RV, I'm gonna be spending a helluva lot of time OUTSIDE, so Mother Nature already has all of my perks that I need. SO, when I saw this one, I thought, it's perfect. It has a queen size bed, air conditioning, something to cook on, what more do you need? Oh yeah, you might need a bathroom and a shower. It has that too!
If you have an RV or something similar, I would love to know what you think. As a matter of fact, I put a question up on my Facebook page and got a couple helpful responses from my friends:
Storage is the most obvious. But with that storage can come issued. Gotta make sure there are no leaks and no infestations while it’s stored.We love ours and have been camping for 30 years now. Started with a tent, small pop up, big pop up, travel trailer with bunks for the kids and now a couples travel trailer. It is cheaper than hotels over all and you meet some nice people along the way while seeing some of the great sights this country has to offer. It does take some work, however but anything worth while, takes a little bit of work.
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