2015 Escape 19 Tour – Fiberglass Travel Trailer FT

I hope you’ll enjoy this video tour of our 2015 Escape 19 as much as I enjoyed putting it together.  It’s been a long while since I’ve made videos for YouTube regularly, and I’m really looking forward to getting back into that habit again.


7 Replies to “2015 Escape 19 Tour – Fiberglass Travel Trailer FT”

  1. Happy to see y’all doing well & fine. Where’s the RV park you’re in? Possibly S.A., TX area?

  2. I’ve been following you guys since you posted that review of the Wonder Wash (Seems like a long time now. Watched you build the tiny house go excited for you, then saw when it got stolen :(. But I am excited to see this RV is working out for you. I want to do the same thing but I can’t leave my 9-5 job and that makes it hard to find a full-time RV spot to stay while I commute to work daily. If I could work from my laptop I would but I haven’t figured out how to do that yet. I’ve also been stuck in a low wage job since graduating college and have all this student loan debt (yay being a millennial!). But someday I hope to get into an RV and out of apartments. I looked at Airstreams and I was blown away by how much they cost. I like your idea of the Escape trailers. Thanks for keeping us updated and posting information about the tiny home/RV lifestyle. Now if only I could figure out how to work from my laptop and make enough money to survive and be free from a 9-5 job. Keep the dream alive!

    1. Yeah, living this kind of lifestyle is much harder than the bloggers and YouTube channels make it seem. If you can get a cheap RV and find parks that’ll let you park for <$600/month or so, you could probably do as well as living in an apartment. Good luck!

  3. We’re looking at an Escape 19. I think we’d miss having the storage that an RV exterior usually has (the “basement”). If I’m right, the Escape 19 doesn’t have any pass-through (or similar) storage. How do you get around this? (I know you have the box up front, but that can’t hold chairs, fold-up table, etc.)

    Also, I’m wondering where you store your clothes, shoes and other household items?

    Thanks for the great video! Looking forward to more!

    1. We put our clothes in the overhead storage above the bed, and they all fit there. We don’t have a lot of clothing, so this isn’t a big issue for us. The only ‘pass-through’ sort of storage is the small access door under the bed. We have sliding plastic bins underneath the bed that we took in through the front door. They work really well for keeping most of our things.

      We put our shoes in the under-bench storage right next to the door.

      We keep our fold up chairs / grill / fire pit in the bed of the truck, with a tonneau cover on it. Having a bumper pull trailer rather than a fifth-wheel keeps that space in our truck bed free for storage.

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