From the bloggers at Technomadia
Back in March, we starting making our plans to spend the summer RVing around the Northeast. An area of the country we had neglected in our prior years of RVing.
In our post announcing these plans, we made these statements:
We know RVing up that way is much more expensive than we’re used to, more traffic, tighter roads, low clearance spots, pricey tolls, denser population and more crowded campgrounds.
But we also know this area of the country has beauty, history, culture, charm and is full of awesome people – so we should suck it up and do it. Cellular coverage should be pretty darn good. So, there’s that.
After so many years of putting these adventures off – was it worth it? Did the concerns manifest? How did we avoid most of the common complaints RVers have for avoiding the northeast?
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