Recipe for the RVing Life
Start with willing, curious, nature loving individuals .
1 part RV of choice
1 part tow vehicle or toad of choice
Dice up to spend: Large hunk of cash.
Now, add all or part of this list of ingredients:
1000 parts (or more), accessories such as water hoses, electric cords and adapters. Don’t forget lawn chairs, barbeque grills, hot dog cooking sticks, screws, bolts, duct tape or gorilla tape, light bulbs, battery operated drills, levels, bikes, awning lights, flags. Now add kitchen necessities like pots, pans, silverware, dishes (paper stuff allowed), coffee pot, bread maker, toaster, wok, etc..
Stir in bathroom necessities of towels, shampoo, bath soaps, tooth care products, any other personal care products of your choice. Wrap in paper products such as toilet paper, paper towels, napkins, etc. before mixing in further ingredients.
Fold in, clothing: bathing suit, winter coat, and a mixture of shorts, long pants, shirts, sweaters, hats, boots, shoes, socks. You can edit your list from there. Note ours does not include formal gowns or tuxes.
Mix in your choice of crafts and hobby stuff, fill in yours here _______________.
Be sure to have considerable storage space for this item.
Don’t forget books, DVD movies and music, and your musical instruments, computers, cameras, cell phones and all accessories for same. Bout now, ya better stir in a few extra electrical cubes to power all this stuff.
Toss in large quantities of driving, varieties of weather, good campgrounds, bad campgrounds, lots of nice fellow camper/rving people you will meet along the way, vistas in the Grand Canyon, Light houses in Maine, deep sea fishing off the coast of Florida, beautiful landscapes across your choice of Canada, Mexico, and the USA.
Mix in slowly, so you thoroughly enjoy this ingredient: a large variety of restaurants (mmmmmm good).
Stir in a heap of creative “punt” factor, cause sometimes you are just gonna have to punt. Ability to adapt at a moments notice can be helpful, spur of the moment decisions can be fun, and necessary. Cover with thinking considered to be “out of the box” and simmer (cook).
After a few hours, months, or hopefully, years, you will end up with a large supply of fun, enjoyment and memories.
Our current camping gear: 2004 Montana 3295 fifth wheel and 2003 GM 3500 Allison/8.1,
the GM has now been retired.
The new tow, Jolly, a 2012 Dodge Ram 3500 Laramie Longhorn, Diesel powered, Crew Cab, Long Bed, Dually, with 4 X 4, a 4:10 rear end and a PullRite 15.5K Super 5th, Timbrens
Every day spent on earth is a blessing,
every day spent in our Montana is a day blessed twice.
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