About The Coach – My Fifth Wheel Home

I accepted delivery of what I now call “The Coach” in February 2013.  That day became the first of many following days of exploration and adventure; not to mention the wonderful punctuations of family time as I travel and explore across the United States.

My first night with my coach.  Yes by the time I finalized delivery in Ehrenberg, AZ, it was dark.  My first time to pull something this big and park it was IN THE DARK.
First Camp February 10, 2013

First Camp February 10, 2014

Moving into my cach as I travel - First day

Moving into my cach as I travel – First day


Here are a few interior shots of the model on display when I was shopping for my new coach.

I will be celebrating my first anniversary by returning to the starting point in Southern California this year (2015).  Having traveled to my new home in Montana through Utah and Idaho.  Then back to Arizona through Idaho, Wyoming, Colorado, New Mexico and Arizona. Other than a few minor issues, so far, “The Coach” has been my perfect home base on wheels.  This was my first RV and I continue to learn as I travel.  I am not a mechanic as I have said before, but I am learning as I go.  I have found that taking my home in for maintenance and repairs is not convenient or fun.  So I am learning to do as much on my own as I possibly can.

Signing Day

Reflection 293 Floorplan


I will be attaching this blog to my growing Menu for reference, as I continue to develop and expand my blog site. (About My Coach)

Thanks to all of you for continuing to follow me and make comments.  I enjoy them more than you can imagine.

Until next time, Safe Travels… Gary


6 replies

  1. That truly is a beautiful rig! Thoughtfully laid out, nicely appointed…not a bad way to go travelling! Lets hear about the solar and how its working out for you…..


  2. You learn as you go..we all do! I had to crawl under mine yesterday and fix the electric steps…bolt fell out and stairs were just sitting there. Thank goodness it fell out in the driveway because it was specialized and I couldn’t tell that just by looking at it. All done and stairs work great…so far and knock on wood. LOL!


    • I never thought at my age I would be crawling under a vehicle, but yep several times to investigate this or that. It makes me feel more confident of doing minor emergency repairs. Several followers have given me ideas of things to carry “on board” for just such emergencies. In Montana last Summer my Brother-In-Law, Bob, gave me a small 4′ x 8′ plastic tarp. I have used it many times at this point, what a great gift to have along with me.


Thanks for your comments. It's great to hear from you.

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.