We camped in our 2007 Casita Spirit Standard for five summers. It was perfect for those weekend trips before retirement. It went out west each summer for a two week trip to Kellogg ID, and places in between. It had a salvage title, but only needed a new axle to fix (a drunk drove across two lawns and broadsided the Casita hitting the left tire perfectly and scraped a 4" diameter area on the fiberglass. Being it was a Standard, it had no fresh, grey, or black tanks, but without the bathroom, water heater, etc. had a boatload of storage space. A porta-potty was fine for us.
Sometimes we miss that Casita.
Before the Casita we owned a 16' Scamp. It was nice, but despite being a 2000 had the decor of 1975 and that small fridge. It was OK.
We're now retired and have a 5.0. Love the extra space and non-crawl-over queen bed. We've owned 14 previous campers and this is by far the best pulling camper we've ever owned. We're in heaven.
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