From the bloggers at Roadtreking.
There are plotters and planners and the highly organized RVers who never set out without a detailed itinerary that lists every stop, with reservations locked in far in advance. Let me tell you right up front: that is most definatey NOT me.
No way do I want to be locked into an agenda, even if it’s one I set myself. No way do I have to be somewhere. No way do I want to have to avoid missing something because I need to stick to the schedule.
So we travel without reservations, stopping when and where we want as the spirit moves.
This week, on the way down I-75 for an extended stay that will eventually have us along the Emerald Coast of Florida, was a perfect example.
Our first overnight was in the parking lot of a Cracker Barrel Restaurant in Piqua, Ohio. That’s the spot shown in the featured image accompanying this post. Not bad, huh?
Cracker Barrel is just one of many places that – unless prohibited by local government regulations – allow RVers to spend the night in their parking lot. Free. Most of you know about Walmarts. They love RVers and sometimes their parking lots look like an RV rally is going on, that’s how many folks camp there.
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