When we decided our next REALLY big adventure was going to be to drive the Pan American Highway we spent hour upon hour discussing what would be our vehicle of choice. After discussing several options, the shopping began.
We immediately loved our 2007 Palomino Bronco pop-top, and for two years averaged over 40 nights a year sleeping in her. And yet, something told us our search was not yet over. As incredibly comfortable as the camper was in the summer, we camp year-round, and it was simply cold in the winter. Did we really want to cross the Andes with this camper? And so, the hunt continued.
With the purchase of our next camper, we have found what we were looking for. Our 2012 Adventurer 80SK is wonderful. The size is very similar to our Palomino, still fitting perfectly in the back of our Toyota Tundra, but the layout and materials used are of much better quality than the Bronco. With greater storage space everything has it’s own place, and it still retains the large fridge and counter space we had with the Palomino Bronco. Significantly more comfortable in the off season, we have added some 12Volt fans for warm weather camping. With a back and side awning, and, my dreamed about screen door, we are loving this camper!
Let the adventures begin!