Friday, January 21, 2011

We are selling our 34' 1998 Fleetwood BOUNDER

Rosie has served us well the last 2 years. 1998 is the last year they used real wood.  Well cared for, looks great, runs fantastic. 34 foot RV with largest Ford engine. 2 zone air conditioners, less than 225 hours on generator; 100 gallon fresh water tank, storage underneath on both sides; 6 gal. hot water heater.

With the blue & white striped awning out. All small windows have an awning too.

The slide-out. Inside is the 'living room & dining area"

Kitchen - double sink, separate spout for filtered water; 3 burner stove with cover; full oven, microwave

Fan & light over stove; refrig & freezer / dual controls propane or electric.

Dining area- storage under both benches, table slides down to make a bed; lots of lights and electric outlets.

Queen sized sleeper sofa; all but 2 windows have mini blinds
Corner cabinet with mirror outside bedroom and bathroom.  Off set hall. Full bathroom with tub and shower
Queen sized bed that lifts easily for underneath storage; huge closet with lights, 2 night tables with 4 drawers and closets for more hangers over them. Plus stack of 6 drawers with TV and radio/stereo speakers

TV over dashboard with rear view camera.

For more details and price please email -


papel1 said...

Sorry to see your RV will be sold. I know you took many enjoyable trips with it. The photographs show that it is very well cared for. Good luck in finding a buyer.

Louise Sanchez HerbsCraftsGifts said...

Thanks Judy. We really liked it and will probably get a smaller one, go on shorter trips and not take all the eBay inventory with us.

Con Artist Trickster said...

If only I have such an RV like that, maybe I won't need a home. (But off course I would also need a lot of money for the gas).
It must be hard for you to part from it.

Louise Sanchez HerbsCraftsGifts said...

You are right, we will miss it. But just think of all the expenses you save - electric, property taxes, don't like the neighbors you can move and best of all as retired folks you can travel and stay in one spot at a time. So many possibilities.

We bought a big one hoping any of our kids would take a trip with us, but none are interested. Very sad for us.