Is This Your First RV Trip with the Family?
Are you dreaming of a different vacation this holiday season? Have you considering taking an RV road trip with the family. Learn about one family’s first RV trip.
According to an article at familyrambling.com, “Family RV Adventure”
“Living in an RV will remind you of your first apartment. My first apartment was tiny, with a kitchen I could barely turn around in, a bathroom that no more than one per-son could occupy at a time and a living area that doubled as a dining room. In fact, it was probably about the same square footage as our 29 foot RV- but I had it to my-self. Organization is the key. A place for everything, and you figure out really quick what is- and what isn’t -necessary.
At 11 pm, when you’re still miles from where you wanted to be, Walmart is the most beautiful thing you’ll see. Miles upon miles of road construction- and the backup that joins it- slowed us down quite a bit. By the time we made it to North Platte, Nebraska, it was nearing midnight and we couldn’t imagine driving another 3 hours to our intended overnight stop of Scott’s Bluff. We found the closest Walmart and were thrilled to see half a dozen RVs, travel trailers and semis in the back of the lot. As a courtesy, Doug went into the store and spoke with the manager who welcomed us- and mentioned that the donuts would be fresh about 5am.
Even with all that room, your kids won’t stay away from each other. Truly, after all the “She’s touching me!” and “Quit looking out my window!” bickering, one would think that, given space, the kids would spread out. But no, they mostly sat, side by side, watching a movie or playing with toys. But not once did we hear bickering. May-be it was the fact that they could get away from each other that made it all OK?” To read the entire article click here.