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One less thing to juggle

About a month ago while searching the internet for RVs, I came across a floor plan that suited our needs/wants to a T.  After researching it some more, I came to the realization that it really was the total package.  I soon began to search for any of these models for sale locally so I could check it out and make sure that it really was what we wanted.  I found one in Indianapolis and made my way out to it.  Sure enough, I loved how it was laid out and constructed (although I knew that the one I was walking through was not one that I would buy).  So the search continued online, and I found one at a dealership in southwest Ohio.  We were able to take a trip over to check it out, loved it, and were able to work out a deal.  So, without further ado:

Our new (to us) Fifth Wheel!

That’s right, you are looking at a 2010 Keystone Mountaineer 345 DBQ.  It is in impeccable condition from the previous owner taking such great care of it.  With 4 slides and 36′ long, there is plenty of room for the Simpson Six inside.  Check out the layout:


Once we are able to begin working on the inside to spiffy it up and personalize it a bit, we will post before and after photos on the RV page.  Until then, here are a few interior shots from today.

The kids room.  We had the dealer remove one of the sofas.
The living area as you walk in from outside.
Looking towards the front.
The master bedroom.

We purchased it from Couch’s Campers, which is located in Middletown, OH.  As I stated, we found the RV browsing their website, called about it with some questions, and scheduled a time to head over and see the RV.  Since we don’t live close, we were able to do most of the business over the phone, and they had the RV prepped and ready to go when we showed up.  It was really nice that a service tech was able to walk us through and show us how each system worked on the RV.  He was able to answer our questions and take all the time that we needed.  

They are really great to work with, were able to answer all of our questions, and have a wonderful facility to showcase their RVs.  They also have a large service center equipped to work on RVs, whether yours needs a repair, maintenance, or something upgraded.  The dealership has a large parts section where you can restock your supplies or spruce things up.  We definitely recommend stopping by to check them out if you are in the area.  (Sounds like an ad, but it isn’t.  They really are that great.)
We are super excited to have this checked off of the list.  Now we get to start prepping it for our travels.  YAY!
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One thought on “One less thing to juggle

  1. Nathan

    Hey now that looks like a home on wheels, alright. Love the separated sleeping areas to give the kids / mom & dad a little space at night.

    Best of luck on your journey!