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In RVs, economy isn't the point

November 10, 2002

I read "High Price of RV Trips" (Letters, Oct. 27) with amusement. A worthwhile RV can be found for $50,000, and well-equipped units (with air conditioner, microwave, TV) start in the $60,000s. Prices go up from there depending on how luxuriously one wishes to travel.

An RV is hardly economical. It is, rather, a way of being able to experience a campfire in a rustic setting and have the luxury of your own comfy mini-condo. Of course, an RVer also can "camp" at a posh full-service resort.

Allen Zatkin

Camarillo

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