I’m kind of excited to share this recent article from the Washington Post, on the surge of new families and individuals opting for the full time RV life. I’ve rarely in my life been part of a trend, but this time, I am!
This Labor Day weekend—August 31 through September 3—is my very first camping in my newly remodeled travel trailer. In fact, it is my first-ever stay in an RV in my whole life.
Perhaps to help those of you who wish you could be doing the same thing feel a little better, I want to share in this post some of the things that I do have trepidation about, because there are some. I accept that, in exchange for the excitement and wonder and adventure, there will be things that aren’t so great.
There’s a good possibility that before I’m done, I will also have read Kerouac’s On The Road, and maybe a good many other road books. But I rather doubt that any of them will have the impact on me that another book did.
I was moving directly from never having slept a night of my life in an RV, to living full time in a camper.