Last Updated on June 11, 2015 by Jody Halsted
One of the benefits of RVing is the sense of freedom you feel. It's like being un-tethered from day-to-day life.
Our kids also have more freedom when we are camping; almost reminiscent of my childhood in the 70s & 80s – but with a few conveniences.
Published at The Scenic Route Blog on GoRVing.com
For adults it’s easy to see the freedom RVing offers. We are liberated, if only for a short time, from the discipline of everyday life. No grass waving in the breeze waiting to be cut, no honey-do list on the refrigerator, no office commute.
It’s the kind of freedom that begins in your shoulders, releasing the tension you didn’t realize you were holding, allowing your neck to relax perfectly against the pillow of your reclining camp chair, and ends with waving off the kids to explore and have their own adventure.