From the bloggers at Gypsy Journal RV.
RVing is a wonderful lifestyle, whether you’re a fulltimer, a snowbird, or a weekend warrior. But like anything we do, it takes a little bit of knowledge and some experience before you get it right. I think any RVer who has been doing this for very long and is totally honest will admit to making a mistake or two along the way.
We’ve all pulled some dumb stunt, like forgetting to unplug the electrical cord when we drove away from RV site.
Or trying to take a shortcut across a flooded field.
Or my personal favorite, the quiet Sunday afternoon in Bremerton, Wash., when I prove that you can drive an MCI bus conversion up a hill so steep that the front wheels and the back bumper are on the pavement, but your drive wheels are up in the air.
That same day, I also proved that while you can drive into that situation, you cannot drive back out of it under your own power!
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