That’s what I called the row of Prevost’s that showed up this weekend, the lowest cost rig was a Holiday Rambler Navigator probably worth half as much but traveling with the Prevost’s. They were all towing pickups with big motorcycles in the bed. One of the Prevost’s, a Millennium version costing a site more than a million had a matching trailer for their motorcycle. We walked by them, they looked at us, we said hello and waved and they all turned their heads back to continue watching the 55” HD TV that extended out of a basement compartment.
I didn’t take a picture since I didn’t have a camera or my phone with me. The Prevost’s were obviously impressive but the rig I liked the most was the HR Navigator. I was hoping to take some pictures this morning but they all took off early this morning. I can’t imagine driving a mansion with all the bling that goes with the opulence provided in the Prevost rigs. I have yet to see one that I would want to own, clearly they are built great but the insides are all polished everywhere to the point of being blinding and over the top. The rigs like the Navigator have interiors more down to earth and not “blingy”.
It was revealing to see how the wealthy camp, I would hope their lack of waving or saying hello was just a fluke, not sure how 12 people could all not wav or say hello so I naturally assumed they were snobs but I could be and I hope I’m wrong.
I’m not entirely sure why I posted about this… have a great week everybody!