By Barry Zander, Edited by Monique Zander, the Never-Bored RVers
This is Part I. I’d like you to write Part II.
“What’s your favorite place in your travels?” How many times have we been asked that! Our favorite place for RVing is North America. I like to say our list of specific places is practically endless.
In response to a letter we received last week from Nancy, I responded:
Favorite places: for me, everywhere. For Monique, everywhere except crossing the Texas deserts and the Great Plains, but she realizes that it helps us appreciate other places. There is nothing like western Canada and Alaska by RV, but in the contiguous states, so far we would say the Arkansas Ozarks; Idaho and Montana; Key West (military campground); Utah and the Northwest from Northern California upward. I could go on and list another 10 or 20 favorites, but you’ll find out when you’re on the road. We like changing scenery — the desert, the forests, the mountains, lakeside, riverside, oceanside. Monique just interjected: “Tell them Bryce Canyon,” “The Great Lakes,” “What we like may not be what they like.”
I’m now asking you to answer these two questions: 1) What are the favorite places you’ve been? and 2) Where are you going? In the comments section, just list up to five favorites from your travels and up to five places you want to visit.
Please be brief. Just list them … unless there’s something we should know about getting there (e.g., the cost of ferries to get to the Maritime Provinces).
In about a week, so that you won’t miss the responses that come in late, I’ll put your answers together in a blog. It’ll be your Christmas and/or Chanukah present to each other.
From the “Never-Bored RVers,” We’ll see you on down the road.
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