Entries by Richard

Frozen

Another glorious Canadian winter. And, as I write this post, in our hometown, we are colder than the North Pole. The brutal cold is a big reason why so many Canadians go south in the winter in their retirement years. I am hoping that U.S. lawmakers will pass H.R. 3513, the Canadian Snowbird Visa Act. […]

RV Of The Year

RV Business recently named the RV of the Year. And the winner? A Winnebago. Interesting. The Winnebago Horizon is a Class A diesel and it seems to be comparable in price and features to coaches like the Newmar Ventana although there are no tags available in the 40-foot model of the Winnebago. My concern would […]

Entegra Qwest

Not quite what I expected. Entegra has now started posting some details about their new lineup of Class C coaches on their Facebook page and on their website. Looks like the Entegra web team haven’t spent much time on building up a slick marketing presentation for the new product. No dedicated page for the Qwest […]

Marathon #1261

This was Marathon’s first 2018 coach built on the Prevost X3-45 chassis. A very classic look. We have been looking at a 2007 coach built on the XL II chassis. Not seriously mind you. But looking at one just the same. Hard to tell that the coaches are a decade apart. Some minor differences on […]

Maximum Length Of Motorhome

What is the legal length of a motorhome including a towable? It all depends on where you drive. In my home province of Ontario, the maximum length of a motorcoach is 12.5 metres or 45 feet 11 inches. The maximum length including towables is 23 metres or a little over 75 feet. As you can […]