Sunday 16 February 2020

End of an Era : CC FOR SALE

I have not blogged on this site since our return from our southern trip last March.  After eight
years of living in and vacationing in our beloved motor home, we decided that our winters
would take a new path.  Dixie has reached her senior years and travel is difficult for her.  We
have children and grandchildren living in Australia and will now visit them during our
Canadian winters.

The decision to change our lifestyle and say goodbye to (CC Rider, our Allegro Red) was
emotional. We thoroughly enjoyed our five years living full-time in our beautiful Tiffin
Allegro Open Road Motor home with our black lab Dixie.

In the eight years we owned her, we traversed a wide variety of roads, landscapes, cities and
towns.  We stayed in many different parks as well as boon-docked across Canada and the
United States.  Our drives were always comfortable and stopping for fuel or a roadside picnic
and sightseeing made RVing such a great way to see the country.  No matter what the road or
weather conditions, we had lots of power and felt safe.  Setting up camp was so quick and
easy and dinner would be in the oven while we enjoyed a beverage and watched the sunset
outside shortly after arriving at a new spot.  With two flat screen TV's we were never
without entertainment.

Our 34-foot Diesel-Pusher was the perfect size for us with plenty of storage for food, dishes,
bake-ware, pots 'n pans, computers, printer, clothing, books tools, bedding and paper-goods
inside. We had custom cupboards, dining room table(with 2' leaf) and bed-headboard crafted
by a Mennonite Woodworker. The clothes closet is huge and Queen sized bed comfy
(it now has a brand new Leesa mattress)  The couch also folds out to a double bed.  The full
size Whirpool residential refrigerator and freezer are fabulous.  The shower is deep enough
for a bath.  Having a washer and dryer on board completes everything seeming just like home.

Underneath, the spacious basement compartment stored RVing extras.  The awning provides
ample space for outdoor relaxation on sunny days.  Solar panels supplied us with power as
long as it was sunny.

                                                   basement storage
                                                        wet bay
                                                      basement storage

We can't find enough superlatives to describe Bob Tiffin and his family-based business.
Freightliner is also a supportive, first class company.  We always felt safe and confident
that any issues we may experience were backed up with immediate advice and service!

We always kept CC in top notch condition with annual checkups and oil changes.  She was
washed and waxed professionally each year.  Floors, windows, vents and roof were cleaned regularly. 

The pride and joy we had in owning, living and traveling in our motorhome can be yours!
See more information in our Kijiji advertisement:

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