It's been about nine months since I wrote about our Maiden Voyage in our new 2021 [email protected]
320S Boondock. We were so excited and fascinated initially by the quality that I thought it would be good to see how we feel about our [email protected]
after nine months of use. My wife, Sara, and I have now driven about 5000 miles and have spent 40 nights in our 320S Boondock. The learning curve is certainly there but after a while it is a breeze. We have stayed in snow, rain, and hot sunshine.
We have cooked many times on the kitchen gas burners and in the microwave. I have also cooked numerous times on our Napoleon portable grill that I attach to the propane connector on the [email protected]
and I use the grill at the site, if provided, too. That's four different ways to cook! We have successfully used the shower and it has been absolutely hot and great, especially after watching a video that suggested using a fold-up plastic bucket to help you shower more efficiently. On the exterior the finish looks perfect. I wash it with a soft RV brush and use a gentle car wash detergent that is very diluted. The air conditioning and heat systems have run flawlessly and the Fantastic fan is so strong. It solves so many air flow/humidity issues that can arise.
On the road the [email protected]
tows like a dream. The biggest problem is remembering that it's back there. I have used the anti-sway bar and I have gone without. I don't see a big difference, although when I swayed badly the other day after slipping off the shoulder I wished I had it on. The Nautilus water management system makes it simple to hook-up to city water, sanitize, or fill the fresh water tank. Even a caveman like me can do it. Having that extra pump switch in the compartment along with the automatic light is handy. The solar energy system is very efficient and it's cool to see how it is performing on my phone.
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has been a true bright spot in our lives this past year. But it would not have been nearly as much fun if this little trailer wasn't designed and constructed in such a high-quality fashion. There were a few minor things like me breaking a cushion and a nut falling off the front step, but these were super-easy fixes. Another nice thing about Nu-Camp is they are very supportive and want you to be totally satisfied. We have now been to the factory and have met Austin in Service and have corresponded with Abby from the Warranty Department and they were both as kind and as professional as you could ask for. I was also proud to see how ecologically-minded NuCamp is. Their factory is using solar power and various ways of decreasing their energy consumption and being a good neighbor in Sugar Creek. We also saw a patch of land where they were in the process of building a training facility. So, after nine months of ownership, I am proud to say that I am even more excited about owning our NuCamp [email protected]
than I was then! It has been excellent in every way.