KOA campgrounds are everywhere. They are typically easy to book and access as you travel. But, is it worth it?
We imagine downsizing into a 5th wheel to be simplifying life, but in some many ways it is anything but simple. Even something as seemingly simple as registering your camper can be anything but. Throw in a truck that is typically considered a commercial vehicle to tow that camper and you've got double the headache. And, what about that second car?
Although month 10 involved very little actual travel, it was one of the was busiest and stressful months we've had since we hit the road. Between trying to register a car, dealing with a cracked rim on the rig, and a leak in our black tank. It felt like there issues would never end.
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One of the great advantages we saw with full-time RV travel was the ability to stay where the weather was comfortable. What we've found is that it's easier said than done. In the last year we've experienced more cold and snow in our RV than in multiple years in our sticks & bricks.