Wow, it’s been a great summer! Living between two campers can be a lot of fun for sure. Our travel trailer stays on a permanent lot and is much larger than our Class-C which gets us around the country 3 or 4 months out of the year during the cold winter season.
Our summer home is a Jayco travel trailer with a 10×20 wooden deck with rails etc. A nice area for the grill and smoker, small garden area out back and we’ve mulched all around the deck and placed solar lighting. Yes, we even have a bird feeder! We’re located less than 60ft from a creek with a large hill directly behind us. Tucked away in a cul-de-sac, it makes for a great summer home.
The Class-C is great for a few months on the road. We hitch a small grill to the bumper and we’re good to go! Packing just what we need for on the road. This year, we’ve got things set up much better than before. You learn as you go.
1. Antenna for our VirginMobil so we can get a better signal for Internet on the go!
2. DishNetwork’s Tailgator which is a mobile dish you can place anywhere around your campsite until it finds the signal. The key word it IT finds the signal for you! lol’s
3. XM Radio for music on the go!
3. GPS, wireless and a small Eee pc for mapping software and Internet as well.
4. Honda 2000 generator
5. Lots of supplies
Now, that doesn’t sound like we’re camping at all does it? Camping is thought of as somewhat roughing it. We’re not, but we are mobile and on the go! Just remember, it’s not the destination that counts as much as the adventure getting there. We’re pulling out Thursday morning AM, if we can get up early enough and have our coffee fix! Until next time…