Some of my best memories from my earlier years are family vacations. Our family had a travel trailer and we would go RVing around the Midwest. It felt like an adventure! We camped, fished, explored, sat around the campfire, and played card games (something as simple as the family playing card games is what I remember so vividly)! Even when the travel trailer was just sitting in our driveway at home, we wanted to sleep in it!
We have five kids in our family and two of my brothers were toddlers at the time, so I bet my parents felt like RVing was a different type of adventure! Now, as a parent to three kids, I can understand the apprehensions my parents might have had with buying a travel trailer and taking us on these adventures, but I’m sure glad they did. Now I realize how important it is to create those same memories for my children.
My aunt and uncle had a large motorhome that they traveled to all of the states (except Alaska) and visited every one of the sights, attractions and national parks across the country. I’ve been around the world, but there are so many places right here in the U.S. that I haven’t had the chance to see: the Grand Canyon, mountains, Mount Rushmore, or even Niagara Falls. I want my kids to be able to explore and appreciate every part of their country and not just read about it in textbooks. Hopefully one day we will be able to buy an RV and provide our kids with excitement, adventure and memories.
RVing brings families closer together and creates fond memories for kids to always look back on.
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