From the bloggers at The Good Men.
If you watch the news, you could be fooled into believing that the United States is a dangerous place full of nothing but crime, violence and terrible people. But that’s not the whole story.
I should know. I’ve visited sixteen states with my family this year alone and we have another seventeen to go until we return home in November.
The first time we did this I was pretty nervous.
Three months ago, my wife and our one-year-old daughter hit the road. We sold almost everything we own, bought a travel trailer and haven’t looked back.
It’s been a life-changing experience. Here are three myths about the USA that our journeys have shown us aren’t entirely true.
1. We haven’t been kicked out or “ran off”.
We started on our road trip staying only at RV parks. But when that got too expensive (and honestly, boring) we started staying with other “RV people” who we met through BoondockersWelcome.com (A website that’s kind of like couch surfers for folks traveling in RVs and travel trailers.)
To read the full story by The Good Men Project, click here.