Title should read:
We are in serious pursuit of our last trailer.
We’ve teardrop-ed for seven years, sold the teardrop, sold the Tacoma, bought a Tundra limited 4x4 with 5.7, tow package and built a garage that will accommodate up to a 30 ft-er.
We’re agreed on our floor plan (RB-Q).
However I’m leaning toward a 23 and my wife is sure she wants a 25.
A humorous sidebar is that we’ve never really experienced the inside of either version, not in any detail anyway.
My reasoning is I’ve read (a blogger) that 23 is the best length for national parks and dry camping.
My wife (who’s never been able to walk around in our teardrop) is afraid that 23 ft will be claustrophobic.
My questions for the forum are:
Is there an ideal length for national parks and dry camping (we’ve done both for up to two weeks with our tear drop)?
Are there any serious downsides to the RB-Q floor plan (we realize it means a smaller split bathroom)?
This may be a factor too, we are planning extended trips to both coasts 3-4 weeks minimum.