Hello! I wish the circumstances were better on this beautiful day in April! I hope all you 'Leftist Godless Commies'
are happy with what you voted in! All I have to say is :
It isn't over yet!!!!!
It is very hard to believe
that April is here so quickly! The ridiculous leftist scam of COVID has remarkably been a boon to the RV industry. With people
unable to vcation as they were used to, they opted to try the Rv Experience instead. What consequently happened, was a huge
upswing in Rv sales and ownership. Manufacturers have enjoyed a huge season in production as well as dealers in sales.
It is predicted to continue at least til the economic bubble bursts ..... and it will, soon. In the meantime, there
are a vast number of RVs out there in record numbers. One of the big challenges has become finding an available campground
when and where you need it. Although I am not a "planner of trips" ..... I like traveling with NO Agenda!; it is
highly recommended to make reservations ahead of time. Retailers are beginning to prohibit overnite parking for those of us
who do the Wal Mart camping when on long trips. It may be more feasible to look at Federal or National Forestry Service campsites
for few $$ per nite, with no amenities or use Reserve America to find State and County Parks with camping usually at a much
cheaper rate than private or Chain campgrounds. The Army Corps of Engineers Parks are some our favorites and with Senior Discounts
(Golden Age, etc.) the rates are very reasonable. Regardless of how you "camp" whether in a Wal Mart parking lot
or in a Big RV Resort, it's still more economical to stay in your RV than to spend big bucks for a motel room with COVID policies
and "infected" stuff! In your RV, you have YOUR own stuff and it's not infected!
Another interesting situation developing in our market is
the number of RVs For Sale along the roadside. Over a long and cold winter and facing that $300.00 +/- monthly payment every
30 days, some folks can't justify it for only using the RV a few days out of the year. Sometimes, the best day of owning an
RV is the day you sell it! (Those folks need to utilize a rental system next time!) More times than not, the listed prices
are very negotiable! So, if you are looking to upgrade or a first-time buyer, shop around first before commiting to
a dealer and a price point. The real deals are out on the road!
Regardless, Spring is upon us and trips are being planned. Be careful and Be
safe; but Be sure to have a GREAT TIME!!!!
B-T-W, our e-mail is firstname.lastname@example.org.
Happy RVing!! See you 'on-the-road'! .....and
remember, Call me if you need me!
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