Until 2004 we always had an RV. Which made getting out of town a simple thing. The RV was always packed. We kept camping clothes (grubbies and such that we didn't wear to work or around town), dry goods, camping chairs, a small BBQ, folding tables, and a bunch of other stuff already prepacked into the trailer. All we had to do was put in toiletries (though we kept some in the trailer) and fresh food hitch up the trailer and we were off.
In 2004 we sold our beloved trailer because we were moving to Indiana so I could go to graduate school. I can safely say that we were more upset with selling the trailer than we were with selling our house.
Now, we dream of getting back into the camping habit. Maybe, I should rephrase that, we dream of getting back into the RVing habit. Camping implies sleeping on the ground and cooking over an open fire. We are just too dang old for that stuff.
When we see something like this
Houston RV Show
February 6th – 10th,
We get positively giddy. Pathetic, no?
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