It’s one thing to plan a vacation.
It’s a whole other thing to plan a year+ long road trip in an RV all across the United States.
Maybe this is a no-brainer to you, but we didn’t really think through the fact that we literally have to plan every single night’s stay for the entire time we are gone.
In addition to that, it’s a whole new language we’re having to learn…
Full hook ups.
Do they make a book called “RVing for Dummies”? (actually, we researched it and they do - whoop!!)
Now that we’re feeling a bit more familiar with the lingo, we’ve started calling RV Parks trying to act - at least somewhat - like we know what we’re doing.
But, here’s the other thing we’re learning…
According to the 2021 Go RVing RV Owner Demographic Profile Study, RV ownership has increased over 62% in the last twenty years with a record 11.2 million RV owning households.
This is exciting because it means more people are getting outdoors, but it also means that RV Park spaces are filling up really fast.
There are not enough spaces to meet the demand.
That, translated for us, means we have to plan and reserve our spots far in advance.
So, here’s what we’ve got confirmed to date.
We officially push off on this voyage with Olive on May 11th.
Oh, and one more thing, everyone says that because of how intense it is to drive an RV, it's best to now drive more than 5 (or so) hours per day.
So that means we need to also plan stops midway to break up our longer jaunts.
It sure is a lot to think about.
But, without any further ado… here’s what we’ve got so far.
If we’re coming anywhere close to you (or someone you think we should meet), please reach out - we'd love to connect!!
Jules + Stace 💙
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