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65 ft Fifth Wheel motorhome with helipad/ sundeck and swimming pool.


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I don't quite understand why anyone would actually want to land an aircraft on the top, when you could, I don't know, just land in a nearby field or parking lot.... It would be amazingly awkward with any kind of tree cover, or in your typical KOA.

 

The 10 x 25 foot sundeck is WAY cool. This was before you had to actually put other stuff on the roof, like air conditioners and solar panels, so it was basically unused acreage. I bet it was a very nice place to lounge on a mild day.

 

http://www.messynessychic.com/2017/11/01/oh-lord-wont-you-buy-me-a-caravan-yacht/

 

John Davies

 

Spokane WA

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Pretty neat find :)

 

Here's more -

 

http://www.vintage-vacations.com/flagship.htm

Happy Camping,


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Found at Messy Nessy: 7665945285_large.jpg I don’t quite understand why anyone would actually want to land an aircraft on the top, when you could, I don’t know, just land in a nearby field or parking lot…. It would be amazingly awkward with any kind of tree cover, or in your typical KOA.  

 

If you landed your helicopter longitudinally on your RV, with the tail boom hanging out the back, and then tied down the blades so they would not rotate, you could drive to your next destination and then go exploring with your own private air surveillance toy.  Sweeeeeeeet

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Found at Messy Nessy:

Found at Messy Nessy:
7665945285_large.jpg
I don’t quite understand why anyone would actually want to land an aircraft on the top, when you could, I don’t know, just land in a nearby field or parking lot…. It would be amazingly awkward with any kind of tree cover, or in your typical KOA.

If you landed your helicopter longitudinally on your RV, with the tail boom hanging out the back, and then tied down the blades so they would not rotate, you could drive to your next destination and then go exploring with your own private air surveillance toy. Sweeeeeeeet

 

Watch out for bridges....

 

Funny story.. we had a Huey go down in Philly, had to flatbed it back to base, route all planned scheduled transport for middle of the night, everything perfect until a bridge knocked it off the side of the truck, turns out they repaved the road didn't grind it down the same amount and didn't update height clearance as a result, all for 2 inches, pretty costly repair bill for the paving company

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