My wife and I, along with our 90-pound Rottweiler, have returned to Florida after more than 4 months and 14,000 miles in Loretta, our 1993 Sovereign
21. We began last April, driving straight across the country from FL to Arizona and then camped exclusively in primitive campgrounds (including some time completely off the grid ) in northern Arizona, Utah, Wyoming, Montana, Idaho, Washington, Oregon, northern California and finally Colorado. We spent our time hiking, climbing mountains, and road biking in all manner of remote places and had a wonderful time. This is our second adventure with Loretta - last year we covered 9,000 miles - and neither our trailer nor or Dodge 4x4 TV gave us a bit of trouble. Well, I really shouldn't say that - the trailer's awning partially collapsed once during a hail storm at a 10,400 ft. campground outside Lake City, CO. but that was my fault for not properly extending one of the supporting arms. I'll be writing more about our second trip real soon, but meanwhile, if anyone has any questions about the routes we traveled, campgrounds we stayed at, our equipment, etc. I'll be happy to share our experiences. Meanwhile, I want to send out a special thank you to our good friend and fellow Air Forums member Bob Saltzer who once again helped us considerably in our trip preparations, including the installation of a new converter, new power cord and new 7-pin trailer-to-truck cord.