Sometimes it’s too hot, sometimes it’s a little cool. It rocks and rolls when the wind blows. It can be a bear to get on and off at times. But, nothing beats taking your entire house for a sunset cruise.
Who doesn’t dream of traveling the open road, with the wind in your hair and some exotic foreign land in your mirrors? Or maybe that’s just the A/C and NYC – but that still works for me.
There are so many amazing places to go and things to see right in our own back yards. Whether they are a day’s boat ride away or it will take a week to get there in the RV, it’s always worth the trip.
If you could downsize your life to gain the freedom to travel – and just plain freedom, would you do it? Would you give up your washer and dryer, or your king-sized bed, or your 400 square-foot bathroom so you could see the country and experience more of the things that life has to offer?
I decided to give it a try. I sold most of my belongings, moved on to my 40-foot Sea Ray, and gave up many of the things most people would call “normal.” I also gave up utility bills, property taxes, and mowing the lawn.
Then, just to keep my friends and family on their toes, I bought a 33-foot Class A motorhome so I could travel more, visit my family, and escape the chilly Michigan winters. There was only one speedbump.
I had never owned an RV before, let alone one as big as a bus. But, I was committed to learning and dove in headfirst. To make it even more interesting, I become We and this journey became even more fun.
Tag along as we learn how to drive, operate, fix, and survive aboard a 2001 Georgie Boy Cruise Air RV and as I share our adventures, maybe you can learn something too.
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