Shalom! Thanks for looking into our RV. So glad you're here. We have thoroughly enjoyed this motorhome over the past 8 years and now want to share the joy! As a family of four, we purchased our RV May 2011 in Beaverton, Oregon. Our first trip was exploring Oregon for 3 weeks with my parents - all 6 of us were very comfortable and created wonderful memories!
A few weeks later, we headed cross-country to New York for a work project allowing us to embark on a 100-Day Ultimate Homeschool Road Trip visiting several National Parks and historic sites. The adventures of RV-ing provide such amazing opportunities. We just arrived home from a 5 week/5,000 mile trip camping beside lakes, mountains, and rivers enjoying campfires, shooting stars and spectacular sunrises. Now it's your turn to unplug, relax and explore!
Here's some details about our 2011 Forest River Georgetown 32 Foot with Bunk Beds and 2 Slides. It has a Ford chassis with a Triton V-10 engine. The bunk beds are great for families as children literally have their own "rooms" with an operable window, a shelf, a light and outlet with privacy curtains to enclose their space. My children like to decorate their "rooms" with posters and string lights. The unit is non-smoking and has plenty of storage inside and out so bring your golf clubs, scooters, fishing gear, etc. There's a patio awning and we provide folding lawn chairs. It sleeps 6-7 with a queen bed, bunk beds, a reclining sofa, and sleeper dining booth.
Other amenities include:
Keypad Lock on Door
Automatic Push Button Leveler System
Onboard Cummins Onan Generator with Push Button Start in Cab
Dual Air Conditioning Units
Propane Furnace with 2 Thermostats
Ceiling and Dash Fans
1 DVD player
3 Burner Gas Stove
Bedroom Pocket Door with Latch
An Onboard Safe to Lock Valuables
Back-up Camera with Microphone (truly helps with parking and you don't have to yell - bonus!)
Water Filtration System
80 Gallon Fuel Capacity
Bike Rack upon Request
In the master bedroom, pillows, two sets of queen bed sheets, a down comforter, mattress pad with foam and feather bed topper are provided for your comfort as well as a heated blanket for cool nights. The bunks are outfitted with pillows, sheets and a blanket. Four bath towels, hand towels and wash clothes are provided. Two bath mats. Kitchen towels. Two laundry bags. Each of the three closets have hangers.
Small kitchen appliances include: coffee maker, coffee bean grinder, electric hot water kettle, 2 slice toaster, crockpot. Pots and pans. Serving bowls and utensils. Salad spinner. Cutting boards. Colander. Can opener. Knives and sharpener. Corkscrew and bottle opener. Plastic plates, cups and wine glasses, as well as paper products so you don't have to wash dishes if you don't want to. Hot pads and oven mitts. There's toilet paper, tissues, paper towels, foil, plastic wrap, parchment paper, baggies, trash bags, etc. Also, power strips and extension cords, lanterns and flashlights. Maps. Atlases. Cleaning supplies. Broom and dust pan. Playing cards and office supplies. Insect repellant, sunscreen, cotton rounds and baby wipes. We've tried to think of everything so you don't have to! Simply bring a sense of adventure (and the power cord for your phone) and have fun as you head out into the great big wonderful world. Happy Trails!!
All Our BEST,
Curtis and Gretchen Ohnstad
Please feel free to contact us with any questions.