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The answer is a bit more complicated. We were towing our POD, taking a left hand turn into an RV Park in Panguitch, UT (i.e nowhere) when someone going 65 mph hit the back passenger side of the POD. The force of impact shredded the back corner of the POD, pushed the entire POD
The good news is all the people involved are okay, and GEIGO, our insurance company is being extremely responsive and helpful. The truck is in the queue at the auto body shop to be repaired sometime next week.
The bad news is that we now have to shop! Overnight our day-to-day lives have become much different. I used to joke that we were homeless, now we really are! Currently we are living in a hotel in St. George, UT (a much bigger town than Panguitch), and eating out and it's getting old real fast. While the last post was on finding the perfect camping spot, since Thursday, our days are filled with phone calls to insurance, storage, tow and repair companies. And shopping. Neither of us enjoys shopping but...we need a new home.
Prior to the collision we had already been talking about getting a slightly bigger trailer but we hadn't started the research. Now we're deep into it. There are an awful lot of RV makes, models and options and it's taken awhile to sort through it all. After spending two days visiting seven to eight RV dealers and browsing the internet lists we've narrowed down our choices. Turns out the one we probably
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But I really miss being under the stars at night and the quiet of the woods. It's the thought of getting back to it that keeps me shopping.