January 12, 2020
Bruce and I attended the Denver RV show in the Denver Convention Center on Thursday, January 9th. I was smart enough to take a bottle of water this year.
We ate lunch before heading into the show, as there just isn’t much much in the way of food booths at the show, but they did have one booth open for drinks and food.
We looked at various toy hauler 5th wheels, class C’s, super C’s, and the van conversions. I love the look of Airstreams, so we detoured through several. We also looked at the one class A at the show.
The Grand Design Momentum 397TH was at the show. Bruce and I were feeling really good about what a nice RV it is and that it really is a great choice for us. Then we wandered into a Riverstone 39FK. I looked at Bruce and said, “I am in love with this kitchen.” The rest of the RV is very nice as well, but the kitchen is just amazing. I said, “I can bring my entire kitchen with me.”
Bruce pointed out that it did not have a garage, and the manufacturer rep overheard, and said there was a solution. They have a toy hauler with the same living room and kitchen setup, but with a garage under the bed. This really makes it more comparable to the Grand Design 376TH.
We walked back over to the Momentum 397TH and looked at it again. The kitchen is pretty good for an RV, and then we walked back over to the Riverstone 39FK, and Bruce said, “It is night and day.” The Riverstone has two kitchen slides, with an island sink, with a dishwasher drawer. Here’s the link for a look at the Riverstone 39FKTH RV.
So, instead of narrowing down our choices, we’ve picked up another choice to research. I just wish Grand Design had a similar layout for their toy hauler line.