Home is where the dogs are, and no one knows that more than Nate and Rachel of 2 Traveling Dogs. They have been traveling in their RV full time for more than a year and recently joined Camping World on the RV National Tour for an exclusive interview.
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Join Rachel, Nate, and Chris in this video as they walk through their personal RV pick of the roadshow. The pair selected the perfect rig for a full-timing family with pets—the Keystone Montana High Country 385BR.
If you’re wondering whether your fur family will approve of a roving home, bring Fido with you to your nearest Camping World or Gander RV! We encourage pet owners to explore a range of RV’s and find a comfortable home for everyone.
With 6’ 4” clearance it’s hard to knock your head in the Montana High Country. The rig is comfortable, spacious, and comes in at just 13,500 pounds, dry weight. Travel all year long in the all-seasons insulated RV, rated from 0-110 degrees Fahrenheit.
A lighter interior doesn’t mean dirtier. In fact, the floor is fortified with Hyperdeck flooring, a polypropylene laminated fiberglass that is designed to withstand “ruff,” wear and tear, like pet nails and dirty paws.
Carpet-less slides make for easy cleaning. “With dogs, the less carpet the better,” says Rachel. Theater seating and a queen size sleeper sofa are a comfy place to curl up with the dogs, or set up for extra company.
The open-concept living space merges seamlessly into the kitchen, making it the ultimate hang-out space. Rachel loves cooking with the dogs curled up nearby. “Digby loves the fireplace,” says Rachel, so she always knows he won’t be far from the ambiance of the flames.
The front bedroom located in the fifth-wheel’s gooseneck is a private oasis. On seeing the King bed, Rachel asked,“How many dogs can sleep on this bed?”
Set up the dog beds nearby in the cavity of the sliding-door closet to keep floor space clear around the bed. With pets, clothes don’t stay clean for long. But a washer-dryer prep makes it easy to do laundry on the road without scouting out laundromats every few days.
Nate shows off the size and spaciousness of the full-size shower, with residential-style frosted-glass shower doors for privacy. A skylight keeps things bright in this efficient bathroom space. An undermount sink is both a modern aesthetic touch and smart design to avoid developing mildew on sink seals.
In the Montana High Country 385BR, “BR,” stands for “bonus room.” This tucked-away space is an innovative new design that makes this RV feel residential. The separate extra room makes a great game room for kids, or as Rachel points out a “crafting room,” for her. Set up a mobile office in here to have the privacy you need to focus. Perch this RV on a lake or at the beach for a permanent vacation getaway, and pop into your office if work can’t wait.
A kitchen island opens up the kitchen to the living space, allowing for easy conversation between the couches and dining table. Fashioned with an undermounted stainless steel sink and illuminated with LED lighting, the kitchen island feels show-room worthy. A three-burner stove and a residential-sized fridge finish out a fully outfitted kitchen, equipped to prepare any meal you’d make at home.
Rachel, Nate, and Chris take a walk outside and only begin to touch on the Montana High Country 385BR features. An outdoor kitchen is where you’ll find Rachel, accessing a refreshment from the beverage refrigerator. Chris points out the heated underbelly and hidden heat pads hugging the holding tanks. The Montana High Country is a true all-seasons camper. As Nate recounts, sometimes you don’t plan on finding yourself in freezing temps, but Mother Nature has unexpected plans.
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