Florida family of three's perfect RV lifestyle

Mike, Pam and Brie are a family of three who live in south Florida and love RVing. Although they love where they live, they realized so much more to see and do exists in this country, and the best way to see it all is by camper. They are not full-time RVers and still maintain a small, 1,300-square-foot permanent home, but they love to hit the road any time they can, and spend lots of time in their motorhome, traveling with their dog, Harley.
Their home on wheels is a beautiful Fleetwood Bounder with all the amenities. Mike and Pam put a lot of thought into everything they would want and need before making their purchase and, as a result, they ended up with the absolute perfect motorhome for their wants and needs.
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Mike, Pam, Brie and Harley have a zest for life and love of adventure that are contagious. They have personalized their motorhome, and it's so cozy you'll wish you could join them on all of their journeys. Take a look inside.
This family's RV is welcoming immediately upon stepping inside. It looks more like a high-end apartment than a motorhome. The interior colors they chose feel warm and cozy. The dark cabinets are rich dark wood, and the soft furniture and hassocks invite guests to have a seat and relax.
Although this isn't the family's full-time home, it certainly could be. This couch encourages guests to snuggle up with the accent pillows and to enjoy the view outside.
Despite the L-shaped couch, the camper has lots of room inside. The couch makes the space seem especially homey and provides plenty of room for the whole family, including Harley, to sit and watch television together.
One of Pam's must-haves when shopping for the family's RV was a fireplace. She found exactly what she was looking for. It even has a small mantel to display decorations that help to personalize the space.
The flooring fits in perfectly. The color goes well with both the cabinets and the upholstery on the couch and dinette. Harley likes it too, and enjoys lounging on the fluffy throw rugs.
The kitchen has a lot of counter space and a large double sink. If the family chooses to invite guests over for a meal, plenty of room exists to prepare one. The amount of storage space both above and below the countertop area is helpful for longer road trips.
Another thing the family considered nonnegotiable when shopping for a motorhome was a full-sized refrigerator. This one offers plenty of room for all their groceries and has a spacious freezer. The microwave is also quite large and helps make meal preparation quick and easy.
The dinette seating offers extra storage below the benches. These benches are very comfortable and offer plenty of space for the family of three to enjoy breakfast, lunch or dinner.
The driver and passenger seat rotate fully to offer even more luxurious seating in the living space. When they are parked at a campsite, this space does not go to waste. Brie has her own special sleep area above the driver area. Teenagers need their own space, and this spot is just perfect for her.
Pam and Mike get to enjoy this king-sized bed in the rear bedroom. The pair sleeps well when traveling thanks to the extra space, and when they aren't using it, Harley is happy to relax there instead.
One of the things that drew Pam and Mike to this particular motorhome floorplan was the fact that it includes one and a half bathrooms. The master bath is right off the bedroom, which is very convenient for the couple.
This bathroom is beautiful and features more counter space and storage than is often found in a bathroom in a motorhome. Plus, anyone using the toilet will not feel overcrowded or claustrophobic, which is another big bonus.
This family has already had so many memorable adventures in their Fleetwood Bounder, but they have only just begun. The three of them will most certainly continue to explore Florida, the South, the rest of the United States and beyond in their wonderful vacation home on wheels.
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Harley is happy to go along for the ride, and is always excited to help with navigation as well.

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