Wednesday, April 5, 2017

Finally...some interior pictures

Salinas/Monterey KOA
Prunedale, CA

Oh boy what a week!
After waiting for everything to be installed
in our new home,
it was finally time for us to move
everything out of the Montana.

They parked old and new side by side..


..then George and I proceeded to spend the next 2 1/2 days
moving things over and putting things where they belong.
It was exhausting!

By Saturday we were hitching up and going back to the KOA.



Sunday we went back to work,
so it took us most of the last few days
to get pictures hung,
vent covers installed,
and other things put away.

So without further ado...the interior shots..

We love the bigger windows, the 50" TV..


..the nice big pantry to the right of the TV..


..the residential refrigerator with ice maker,
hutch area, and dishwasher..


..the king sized bed with a slide that goes
out a bit farther giving much more walking room..


..the 32" TV in the bedroom and nice big windows..
George will be tucking the DirecTV Genie box up
and out of the way.


..nice big shower, and more counter top in bathroom..


..and linen closet in there too!


We certainly will miss things about the Montana,
especially the fact that the Splendide washer/dryer
is now in the bedroom.
The great storage and roominess of the Vilano
outweighs anything we miss!







21 comments:

  1. Very nice! Love all the room you have.

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  2. Beautiful new home!! Congrats and we wish you all the best.

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  3. That is so beautiful. It looks like you are all settled in and even got all the little knick knacks in just the right places. I bet it's hard to go to work and leave your beautiful new home.

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  4. It's beautiful! Congrats again! I can see why you love it! Wishing you many years of safe and happy trails!

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  5. What a beautiful RV. I'm so happy for you.

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  6. Very nice, hope Wendy doesn't read this.😊

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  7. Just lovely! A few things are similar to our home - I really like the side counter in the kitchen. Enjoy! Miss you! 💕

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  8. That is gorgeous! I love the colors, of the walls and cabinets. Doesn't look so "rv-ish". Very very nice! :) Enjoy!

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  9. Gotta love a residential fridge and ice maker, right? They have you two and a half days to move? We had one day when we moved into the Open Range. Did it all in about 4 hours. Thankfully my step-daughter came to help. Could not have done it w/o her.

    You sure have a lovely home. Remember, if you ever travel I-65 between Birmingham and Huntsville we have a FHU site ready for you here on our property.

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  10. Very nice! I bet you could store a lot of noodle bowls in that pantry.

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  11. Love all your special touches -- looks great!! So happy for you guys!

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  12. Dishwasher? Dishwasher? Now I'm really impressed (and jealous). :cD

    I know you'll enjoy your new home, it's a beauty!

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  13. Love all the pictures of the inside. It really is fantastic. How long is it? Longer than the Montana? The windows would be a real selling point for me. Hate dark interiors. Is it 2 or 3 slides. You are really going to enjoy this! Great move!!

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    1. 3 slides and 38'11". Our Montana was a bit shorter, 38'6". The flat ceiling makes it so much bigger inside!

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  14. holy, lady...it's gorgeous...be safe...sending hugs but the new digs are so large, you probably won't find the hugs for a week!

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  15. Congrats you two, its beautiful! I love the floors, the fridge, the furniture and your nice big bed! God Bless your new home 🙏🏻
    Two more years and we get to shop for our new one!

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  16. This looks exactly like our Solitude, layout-wise. The finishes are different, and we don't have the residential fridge or dishwasher. I love our layout, and I'm sure you will as well.

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  17. Awesome! Do they put in extra batteries for the residential refrigerator? Good luck and safe travels back to the KOA.

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