Happy Thursday! We packed our RV and headed south. We are now in central Florida, enjoying some warmer temperatures.
I get asked a lot of questions about Rving, so I thought I would answer some of my most asked questions.
Top 7 Most Asked Questions About RVing
1. Why did you decide to get an Rv?
We love to travel, and there are so many places across the country we want to visit, and this seemed like a great way to see them. I crave adventure!
2. What type of RV do you have?
We have a 2021 Keystone Cougar Travel Trailer, the model is 32RLi, and it’s about 35 feet long.
3. What do you cook when you’re camping.
We have a full kitchen with a stove and a microwave. We like to cook outside best, and we purchased this Blackstone grill. We grill our meat and veggies on the grill. Super easy!
4. What are the pros of traveling with an RV?.
- You can feel at home on the road. You can take your favorite things with you. I can hang my favorite family photos, have my favorite coffee pot, take all the clothes and shoes I want. It really does feel like a home away from home.
- Work remotely from anywhere. Since I already work from home, I can take my job wherever we travel.
- It’s an adventure! You get to really experience the journey. When you travel by RV, you get to actually see the country, and there are so many beautiful things to see.
- You get to meet lots of people, and we have found the RV community to be so friendly.
- You avoid the hassle of airports!
- You can prepare your own food (that can also be a con if you don’t want to cook).
5. What are the cons of traveling with an RV?
- It takes time to get there. Traveling by RV allows you to be on your schedule, but you need to plan time to get wherever you’re going. It’s a little more exhausting than driving a car, so we don’t like to drive more than around 5 hours if possible with our RV.
- Unexpected things always happen. When something breaks, it’s up to you to fix it or wait until you get back and get it fixed. That can be annoying.
- There’s a learning curve, and you have to know black tanks, grey tanks, leveling, etc.
- If you’re hungry on the road, you can’t drive through and grab fast food (that could be a pro because fast food isn’t usually good for you. Haha!).
- It’s not necessarily less expensive travel. There’s maintenance on your RV, storage, and it costs to get started.
6. Is it hard to find places to camp?
It’s not hard at all, but the best places book early, so you have to do some searching. There are sketchy campgrounds, and I try to avoid them at all costs!
7. Have you boondocked yet?
Boondocking is when you camp in your RV without water, sewer, or electrical connections. We have not boondocked, and I don’t plan on doing it anytime soon.
I will if we have to, but I prefer all the amenities! Some gorgeous views might make me change my mind in the future.
8. Would you want to live full-time in your RV?
No! We love our home and have no plans to live in our RV.
Beauty For the Heart™~~ So if you sinful people know how to give good gifts to your children, how much more will your heavenly Father give good gifts to those who ask him. Matthew 7:11
Truth: Jesus is showing us his Father’s heart. God is not selfish or stingy. He wants to comfort and care for us. If we as humans can be kind imagine how kind God the creator of kindness can be.
Deeper Study: Read Matthew 7: 7-11
Let your beauty shine from the inside out today!
THIS POST CONTAINS AFFILIATE LINKS. ALL OPINIONS ARE MY OWN. FOR MORE INFORMATION ON WHAT THAT MEANS, SEE MY ABOUT PAGE: BLOG COMPENSATION AND DISCLOSURE.