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The Flexibility of RV Travel

Last Updated on December 15, 2015 by Jody Halsted

Our final RV trip of the year was supposed to be a 4 day trip to Florida.

It turned into a nearly 3 week trip – and included a long stay in Texas.

Take a look at our trip – how we changed plans on the fly, made the most of the changes, and even used R’Velle as a medical transport vehicle!

The flexibility of RV travel- boondocking. Following where the road - and circumstances- take you.
The flexibility of RV travel- boondocking. Following where the road – and circumstances- take you.

RVing & Changing Plans on the Fly

published by The Scenic Route at GoRVing

It’s safe to say that we love our RV. R’Velle has become a beloved member of our family, often confusing others when we refer to the RV as ‘she’.
Though we don’t RV full time, we travel with her as much as possible, relying on her to get us to and from our pleasure trips while also offering a home away from home.
And while I think of R’Velle as our vacation home, I hadn’t really expected to use her as our actual home for an extended period. And I definitely didn’t think about this situation popping up in the middle of our fall trip to Florida, where R’Velle winters in the warm temps while we return to the cold Iowa plains.

Read more about our adventure at GoRVing.com

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