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| RV Days, Issue #017– Laughing all the way to the …beach|
August 03, 2007
Here is this month’s issue of RV Days, where we focus on everyday living and having fun on the journey.
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Good Things Come in Small Packages:
As our smallest state, Rhode Island may be the brunt of many a joke. You know the type: “How small is it? It’s sooo small that….(fill in the blank)”.
But who has the last laugh?
The Ocean State has been a perfect summer destination for us, with some beautiful beaches, plenty of water views, seafood and free summer concerts in local communities.
From Newport mansions and Tall Ships to Block Island to the oldest 4th of July celebration to country roads and line dancing. We are spending a few months here, staying in three different campgrounds in three different parts of the state. Read the full story.
When we left off last time, we were still in South Carolina – enjoying Myrtle Beach. Well there have been a few things going on since then. For one, we may not have mentioned that Jose bought a motorcycle, as well as a lift for the back of the motorhome. He tells about his rv motorcycle lift decision-making process here.
We also spent several weeks in North Carolina, visiting friends in Holden Beach, Havelock and Pinehurst. We got to see some lovely communities and enjoyed getting out on the water.
Our pal Hiker Happy seemed to get a kick out of his adventures in a kayak and over at Cape Lookout. Check him out…hamming it up once again.
We also spent time in the Pennsylvania and New Jersey area. Part of the time we just stayed in the motorhome at one of our Thousand Trails parks.
Part of the time we spent at the homes of friends. We were glad to catch up on old times and enjoyed a change of pace in roomier quarters. Of course when we stay overnight somewhere, we are always reminded how much we hate to pack and how seldom we do it. One of the perks of fulltime RVing.
Worth a Thousand Words:
You know the saying, “A picture is worth a thousand words”. In keeping with that philosophy, a great way to learn about the world of RVs and how to operate them are RV DVDs. Easy to follow for RVing newbies and wannabees, a handy refresher for veteran RVers, and available in economical box sets. Hhmm…maybe a good gift idea…
Questions from our Readers:
We often receive questions from site visitors, readers of RV Days, or people we meet in our travels. So we thought we would share a few recent queries.
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