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Jay, Becky & Mischief

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  Up Jay, Becky & Mischief Daniel Babcock Michael, Robin Conley Juli Lewis
Jay and Becky also has a lot of photos in the photo's section Here
 
I purchased the 91' Warrior  21 foot rear bath layout with 87k in March of this year for $8000.00. I had been researching all the Class C styles and when I cam upon the Toyota Micro Mini Homes I knew this style was for me; economical in the mpg, roomy for the three of us and can be parked in any mall or housing parking lot without presenting an over bearing appearance to the scenery. During my research I came across the Toyota-Campers website and become knowledgeable in the personality traits of this breed of RV. I readily accepted the Toyota MotorHome  concept in that it would be a continuous hobby up keeping the rig and around every corner learning more and more about this little house on wheel that would bring many moments of joy and anxiety into our lives. Most of the updates I completed to the rig were featured in the Toyota-campers website and helped me make decisions in purchasing new tires, a popup screen room, usage of the OD, proper care of the fiberglass and roof as well as checking for water leaks and the dreaded "dry rot". It has truly been an adventure and after completing our first major trip this past summer, (5220 miles, all in 32 days) from Pensacola, FL to LA,MS,TX,CO,NM. (interstate 40 with lots of wind and heat),AZ,NV and a wonderful stay at Huntington Beach and San Diego CA, then heading back to FL via I-10, we are ready for next summer when we head up to New England. My stories of the trip include making it up the 16 percent grade in Weston CO, to getting a speeding ticket in Memphis, TX, and also being held up for two days at a wonderful RV park in Columbus, TX about 67 miles west of Houston on our return portion because of a hurricane. We made like couch potatoes and watched videos and cable TV of reports of the 40 mph winds affecting I-10 while the Toyhouse protected us from the wind and rain...So, as you can see I am an enthusiastic fan and loyal supporter of the ToyHouse, oh we have named our rig, "The Willow B" and that is another story.
 
Jay, Becky and Mischief, Pensacola FL
91'  V6 Warrior 21ft 92k
"rear bath with spare tire underneath"
 

 

Campground New Mexico
KOA campground in Las Vegas New Mexico
Ready for breakfast
Not sure why the fire engine was there Albequeque was further down the road and burning
Awaiting breakfast
A true Mexican breakfast was served to all who waited
Welcome to Arizona
State line welcome center and gift shops
Arizona high
Very impressive sight at the state line sets you up for the Grand Canyon viewing and lots of wows
KOA Holbrook AZ
KOA campgrounds were everywhere clean and lots of happy people not much shade
Holbrook AZ KOA
Those little log cabins were everywhere
Dam
That is Hoover Dam
More Dam
Dam that is a lot of water
Las Vegas NV
Inside the Venetian Casino
KOA Cabins
Yep if you dont want to ruff it rent a cabin
Las Vegas New Mexico
Nice KOA