Friday, September 30, 2016

2016 RV Adventure

Just completed two trips in two different big RV's, reporting about them on our blog at  Headed to Savannah, Georgia in a Class C Thor Chateau for five days, then took a Class A Thor Challenger to Key West and the Everglades.

It was our first experience driving big rigs like these and when all was said and done, it was a blast. It did take a few hundred miles before I really got to feeling comfortable driving them, but after that, there weren't many places we wouldn't go with them.

The additional creature comforts of having a full-blown house on wheels were amazing.  Follow along with all our posts on where we give you the highlights and lowlights of travel in a large RV.

Check out these articles in our 2016 RV Adventure series:

2016 RV Adventure - Part One
7 Reasons to rent an RV and travel in September
Why an RV is better than a hotel?
How quick is it set up your RV at a campground?
Packing it all in an RV – is there enough room to take all your gear? [an inside and outside video tour of the Class C]
When buying an RV – you could use a friend in the business
A tour of the Class A RV – inside and out

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