We just came back from our latest trip, a 1,000 mile journey that took us to northeastern Pennsylvania and back.
We had spent exactly one day at our Michigan home before leaving for that trip, returning from a 2,000 mile journey up to the north shore of Lake Superior the week before.
We leave in about 10 days for Mississippi, the Gulf Coast and Florida.
In fact, since the so-called RV season ended in October, we’re averaging two long trips a month.
That’s about what we do during the summer.
We are about to turn 40,000 miles on the Roadtrek eTrek we took possession of in December 2012.
We’ve averaged over 3,300 miles each month. Winter, Spring, Summer and Fall.
The only real changes over warm weather RVing for us is that we have no water in the tanks – it would freeze; We use antifreeze to flush the toilet and, instead of the air conditioner, we are running the heater. Oh yeah, on many mornings we’ve had to brush snow off the windshield and the solar panels up off the roof.
I wonder how many are like us, RVing all year round. No matter the weather.
Have you been traveling this winter? If so, share below in comments.