|Above, The Beast in Jackson Hole, Wyoming. Photo by Armand Vaquer.|
It is understandable that many RVers are skipping an RV road trip this summer with gasoline prices creeping toward (and surpassing in some states) $6.00 per gallon.
Rather than skipping an RV vacation this summer, I am modifying mine to places closer to home.
RV Travel says there are five benefits of taking an RV vacation and skipping it would be a mistake.
They begin with:
With fuel hitting all-time highs, many RVing families are reconsidering their summer vacations. In order to save money, folks are thinking they’ll simply forgo a vacation this year. That could be a big mistake. Even dangerous. Here are five reasons why you should take an RV vacation this year.
To see what they are, go here.