Monday, September 27, 2010


To every thing there is a season, and a time to every purpose under the heaven. Ecclesiates 3:1

We have loved our 5th wheel. It has given us many happy memories of places we've visited and things we've seen.

It's been parked in our back yard for the past several years and the Ecclesiates verse above indicates that this season of our lives are past and it is time to sell it. It is not an easy thing to do.....but it is the "season".

1998 Designed Jayco

Front view showing the two slides outs. The living/dining area & the bedroom.

The beautiful oak woods and the interior.

The oak table & chairs with padded seats. One of my favorite features. I don't care for the booth style.

Here are all the details if per chance any of you, who read this blog, would be interested or know any one who might be interested.

1998 Designer Jayco with XL Package

One owner top of the line You’ll not find a nicer RV for the price. Ready to take south for the winter or just to make your dreams come true.

Per NADA: $12,400 Average Retail - $10,240 Low Retail
Our Price - $11,300

31’ & 2 slide outs – living/dining & bedroom. INSIDE: Beautiful oak cabinets, day/night shades, oak table with 4 individual padded chairs, fold down sofa bed, am-fm stereo radio with clock, alarm & tape deck, front and rear dual speakers, recliner, designer refrigerator featuring real oak door panels, micro-wave, ceiling fan, cedar lined full size closet w/sliding mirror doors, bedroom side cabinets & drawers with cedar lining, dressing table with matching padded oak stool, decorative lighting fixtures, central heat & air, full size shower with skylight, porcelain toilet. OUTSIDE: fiberglass exterior, XL exterior graphics, roof rack & ladder, 18’ retractable awning, slider windows at the end of the SuperSlides, TV antenna, satellite dish, cable outlets, main storage compartment has 12-volt interior light and pass-through capability, outside shower capability, electric front jacks, scissor stabilizer jacks, auxiliary battery, spare tire and carrier.

All original paper work and instructions manuals will be included.

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Mari said...

I wish you lived near me and we could afford it. It looks wonderful!

Oh Sew Good said...

It's a big step indeed. (((hugs))) I hope it's not long before you have a buyer for it too.

Oklahoma Granny said...

I don't know of anyone looking for a 5th wheel but I'll pass the info on to my husband in case he does.

retha said...

I can now see why you said it was not difficult to travel in this. My experience with a caravan is TOTALLY different! This is beautiful ma'am.

wwwdotjurgenscidotcodotza if you want to, you can see what my reference is. And they are very expensive.

Anonymous said...

Wow, that's nice. I'm sorry you have to give it up. There is, indeed, a time for everything...something I'm learning and not liking.

You can still travel, Susan, and stay in nice motels. We do that a lot, and it is, I would imagine, easier than pulling a 5th wheeler. Mary R.

Susan said...

Mary - Oh no....there is nothing more delightful and fun than having your own little "home on wheels" behind you. Your own bed and linens, your own dishes, etc. Nothing grander for traveling.

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MightyMom said...

first Jen sells hers and now you...kinda sad.

Debra said...

This so so pretty and I've been kinda wanting to get one, but of course our budget would not allow it at this time.

It was such a temptation to read this though.

I'm sure someone will buy this before too long. It's beautiful!

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