Still geeked from the maiden trip in our new Roadtrek, I find myself sneaking out to the driveway and just sitting it it, marveling at how cool it is, fantasizing about the places it will take us. The mark of a newbie, eh? Bet some of you RV veterans do the same thing.
My wife is threatening to take away my credit card if I buy one more accessory.
I’m also reading everything RV-related that I can get my hands on, especially blogs and RV sites.
I think how cool it would be to be a fulltimer, though I doubt there are many, if any, who do it in a Class B motor home. Then I get to wondering, should I have bought something larger, like a Fifth Wheel? I suspect I’m getting way ahead of myself. But, in case you can’t tell, the bug has bit deeply and I really want to be out there.
I’ve also been reading about Workamping, getting free hookups and a stipend to work in a national park or some other RV related attraction.
Someone sent me a link to Sowers, a nonprofit that has RVers travel to various parts of the country for fairly long work projects for various religious and social help outfits.
Then I discovered the long tours and caravans offered by the Family Motor Coach Association. Alaska, the Rockies, even a Polar Bear expedition all beckon.
Where to start? I want it all…wish I could be leaving tomorrow. For someplace.