Blog Exposure: RVing
My goal in creating a spot called Blog Exposure was to off a perspective into the other types of travel that exist out
there. I’ll be honest in saying that I used to be very critical of certain types of travel, I was a bit of a travel snob. But as I grow older I am beginning to realize that there are a number of different ways to travel, and as long as you are traveling for the right reasons, there is no real right or wrong way to travel. This week’s spot is a great example. I used to work in the travel industry in Banff, Alberta, and the site of an RV rolling through the mountain highways was a live nightmare. They were truly the bane of my existence. In fact, we used to call them “kidney stones” because they were painful, and nearly impossible to pass. However, the intentions of the RV travelers are good, if not great, they want to find a way to truly immerse themselves in the area that they are seeking to discover. Today’s Blog Exposure comes from JJ at RVing Toadless. And unlike the usual review that I do, I decided to let her guest post. so here it is:
- Can I connect the hookups myself or do I want the convenience of a hotel?
- Can I travel while living in a small area and cook my own meals?
- Can I travel by myself?
- Can I travel with my significant other in this small space?
- Can I adjust to traveling without hookups (self contained)?
- What if my antenna or satellite doesn’t get reception, am I ok with that?
- Do I need a planned itinerary or can I just randomly stop?
- Do I like to stay awhile and absorb local culture, or do I “hit it” then leave?
- How far can I drive in one day?
Wal-Mart parking lot). However, I tried it during late summer of 2009, and found that I can do it
(Actually, I was a Federal AUDITOR during my working career, but if you say that, it will scare people. No, I didn’t work for the tax collector…. )