One thing that Donald and I have noticed is that for the most part, the people we run into in RV parks are some of the nicest people. Of course the Rainbow RV rallies involve some of the nicest people we know, however, when we venture off on our own for either a weekend getaway or holiday week, we have noticed that the people around us are just more relaxed and have a carefree attitude about life. Perhaps it is because of the type of resorts we go to or is it because by nature, the people who we run into are on vacation and therefore, much more relaxed. We love going for frequent walks and seeing all the different types of RVs and getting to know the park, and almost every single time, we get frequent "hellos", "how are you" or even strike up conversations. Just an observation that I wanted to share to see if any of you have had similar experiences. Anyway, we just signed up for the Temecula Wine Rally in June which is kind of silly because we literally live about 7 miles from the RV park, but again, there is something magical and cathartic when we go on a trip, even if it is in our backyard! Looking forward to reconnecting with existing friends and looking forward to making new friends as well!
Luis and Donald (and Molly)
Happy Holidays! We are heading up & down the southern coast, from palm springs to san fransisco & back! May not be exciting to you, but we are STOKED!! Please, any one that has done this that may have words of wisdom, chime in. It's a week, and seems like enough time to get a real sense of the PCH. Maybe not. We're reaching out to anyone that might by chance be doing the same thing or has done it & has irresistable advice or recommendations. Driving a 24' Tioga dark gray with a golden retriever at the helm. Peace!
Buck & Chris
We will be embarking on another road trip, this time up the north east coast. You can see our itinerary and follow our adventure at http://staywithfamily.com/blog/2014/08/american-north-east-rv-road-trip/. Send us your tips