From the bloggers at Gypsy Journal RV.
One of the things new or wannabe fulltime RVers sometimes worry about is making friends on the road. Then when they get out here, they’re surprised at how many friends they have!
And unlike the so-called “friends” they had in their former life, who were sometimes friends of convenience because they worked together or bowled on the same league, RV friendships are often much deeper because you have a lot more in common.
It’s not a big deal for RV friends to drive 50 miles to meet up with somebody for lunch that they shared a campfire with someplace else. And when you have problems, there are no better friends than RV friends. If you have a breakdown, an illness, or some other calamity on the road they’ll come running from all directions if you need them.
New fulltimers are also surprised at how frequently they cross paths with friends they made months ago and hundreds of miles away. But it makes sense, if you think about it. If you like beachcombing, or kayaking, or bluegrass festivals, or just spending the winter in a certain part of the country, chances are good that people you meet will show up at similar places when you are there.
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