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)
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
Any others out there? Northeast Wisconsin?
Hi, just purchased 34 ft type A. Looking for Wisconsin GLBT that may want to travel together, or meet at other campgrounds. Looking for other GLBT peeps to do the same.
A Year in Review of Two New RVers
July 2013- July 2014
What a year! In July, the US Supreme Court upheld that Prop 8 was indeed unconstitutional! Donald and I were elated and we wasted no time in scheduling our appointment to get married, On July 9, 2013, Donald and I were officially married, after 18 years. Our marriage ceremony was quiet and simple, with our best friend Shirley and our god-daughter Randi, as our witnesses. I wont say we did it on the cheap, however, I did make sure we were coordinated in Donald's favorite color; yellow.
My gf and I just purchased our first Class C today. Only trip on the books is Bar Harbor and Eastport, ME in August.
Looking for community members in the Northeast.?
Hi there, just joINed. I can't find a list of upcoming trips for the chapter. Can u please let me know where that is? Thanks sharon
Well this was my first pride event, and my first event in Long Beach. The park was great and I couldn't have had a better site location. The meet and greet as well as the potluck was fantastic. Hooked up with some old friends, made some new friends, and lusted after some others ;). I had a blast. This was my first time participating in the parade and I must admit, Rainbow RV was looking good, as well as all the guys and gals that participated. In my humble opinion we were the best entry in the parade. Thanks Tim and Greg, and all the people who attended. After all, Tim and Greg provide the vehicle, but it's the participants that drive it home, and this was one ride, I didn't want to end. Overall another 5 star event.
ric (bric couldn't make it)
Now this weekend is taking some thinking. Being trailer trash and all, it almost leaves the door wide open as to how to decorate at this event. I am sure there will be some festive decorations show up.
We loved the Temecula meet up and this one to be as good. Loved meeting the Rainbow RV hosts Greg and Tim. What a couple of great guys. As newbies, they made us feel right at home.
We are not doing a dog show this weekend so we can come to this gathering and what a joy it will be to take the weekend off and enjoy. We are sure we will but hope to meet some great people this weekend.
Well we did it, we listed our house last thursday (may 15) and moved into our travel trailer (Lacrosse, luxury lite, touring edition, 327res) and we love it - the 3 dogs (2 jacks and a rat terrier) all love it too andwe couldnt be happier with the park we are staying in, unless it was closer to our house (for visits while waiting to sell) it's about 24 miles from us.
Gettingeverything we think we wanted in the trailer seems to have gone fine - it all fits! We were even able to get cable internet here since we are going to be here for a few weeks (and/or until our house sells, which in the market currently in Austin, will be fast).
We also got our new 10inch cool memory foam queen bed and its sooooooo much better!
The only annoyance is where to put our compters while we game (lol Steve and I are bother gaming geeks:P) but we set up on our table and got rid of 2 of the chairs for now so we have plenty of room. The dogs are lounging on the sofa and recliners as i speak which is the new norm. The view out the rear picture window is a pig farm, which surprisingly is cute and not smelly!
Cant wait to see what this brings with it (the adventure that is) but after house sells we will be heading to nor-cal to visit family and get married, then we are going to be heading east to visit friends/attractions all summer and early fall long! Any MUST HAVES or good tips for long durations in your trailer are welcome!