After much thought, we decided to move from our 25′ Signature, to the 28′ floorpan. A mere 24 inches difference between the two models, yet a completely different feel that works much better for our family. We looked for over a year and the 28′ Signature RBT was hard to find. One finally came available in Los Angels, so we made the long drive down to pick it up.

After owning the 25′ for three years, it became apparent that having a separate sofa/dinette would be more useable for us. Todd often works when we’re traveling, and he likes having a dedicated table space. We thought about using Ultimate Airstream to change to the grand lounge design, but for nearly the same price, we were able to upgrade to the 28′ Signature, four model years newer.

We also switched from a queen bedroom to the twin version. We love all the space, both inside and out. Making the beds is MUCH easier and I love being able to access the overhead lockers without having to crawl over the bed. Todd is excited about all the extra outside storage. We are probably in the minority, but we also like having a rear bedroom vs a front bedroom.

I’ll add a few more photos in the coming weeks – Here are a few to start with!



Bringing her home – Another big plus for me is having the main windows facing our own camp site!


Living room…



Both a dinette and sofa!


A significantly larger bathroom


View of the kitchen.


Almost home – Bullards Beach State Park. Thinking of changing to a yellow and white striped awning instead of red this time. We’ve enjoyed the automatic awning package. Hope it’s reliable.


A look down toward the bedroom – Twins are awesome!


Middle night stand and wrap around windows are a plus, too.


Arriving home, finally….


Ready for an adventure!