Howdy from Colorado!
My wife and I, with our two furry dependants, are about to embark on a new adventure. For the next 6-9 months we'll be spending quite a bit of time in our new 5th wheel while our Airpark home is being built here outside Denver. Our chariot of choice was the VoltageV3305 and I just towed her home yesterday. She currently sits in the driveway outside the barn and I am running her through her paces prior to her first trip out next week. So far, with the exception of a garage door pin alignment issue I fixed, and a missing screw for a cabinet pull, all looking good.
We picked the 3305 because it was (relatively) reasonably priced and it offers nice features and its light enough to pull easily with my F350. My wife gets the garage space by day to do her work as an artist. I can work from a laptop anywhere theres an Internet connection and I'll be splitting time between the trailer and my hangar where we have small living quarters and an office as well. Once the house is done, we'll park in the hangar and make use of the garage as my home office and we'll have overflow accommodations for family visits.
First stop, Oshkosh, WI for EAA Airventure! We typically attend every year and we've been renting for the last 7. This ought to be more enjoyable as we'll have more amenities and space than the Class C rentals.
TV is an F350 7.3L Diesel Crew Cab SRW. It's got an aftermarket Garret Turbo with a Banks Intercoller and 4" turbo back exhaust, auxiliary transmission cooler and an Edge Evolution engine mapper. I love having the gauges to see how the engine temps are running. It's also got suspension air bags. I loaded them to 50lbs while towing and the truck sat level and it seemed to barely know the trailer was there!
Looking forward to the education, experiences, learning the maintenance ropes, and the "living light" enjoyment compared to our current home. Any early advice is truly welcomed.
-Paul, Stacy, Ichabid & Amelia