A lot of the items in the article linked below seem like common sense, but then again, I’ve been a member of some camping groups and such on various social media outlets for a little while now. It’s a good place to start for beginners, and I’ve found a few more people to follow!
Oh, I like this. Use Geotab to cruise the least-traveled roads in the US. Roadtripping in the time of COVID-19.
I think I’d like something like this for my first RV. It looks like the Thor Four Winds Majestic 19G is no longer made, but the size is right. For my first camper, I’m not really interested in towing, slides, or anything as expensive/more expensive than an actual house, LOL. This one is a *bit* small, but looks like something I would be comfortable managing on my own, if needed.
- Lose this last 25-30ish pounds and firm everything up
- Get an RV
- More camping/travelling
- Learn to cook instead of only knowing how to follow recipes
- Get the big fancy camera out and use it more often. Improve photography skills.