As Christmas approaches, RVers across North America are looking forward to special time with friends and family. I've been out and about over the past few days crossing over a couple of interstates and see a lot of RVs moving about to get where they need to be for the holidays ahead.
Jennifer and I are at our Michigan home for the next week. We have two of our grown kids and a couple of grandkids who will spend Christmas Eve and Christmas Day with us. Then, on the 26th, we'll be heading down I-75 in our Roadtrek to Southwest Georgia to visit our third child and his family through the New Year.
After that, since we'll already be almost there, I'd really like to head off down to the the far southern parts of Florida and get some natural Vitamin D from the sun but, alas, with no reservations and all the State Parks booked solid for the past year, I think we'll end up just heading back to the Michigan cold.
Those our are plans. Rain here in Michigan is predicted for the next several days, melting the snow off the RV and the solar panels on our eTrek, allowing them to trickle charge the batteries. But we're hoping that we'll get some more snow next week for a White Christmas. But not too much, so the drive south on the day after won't be difficult.
How about you? What are your plans for the next couple weeks? Share under comments where you are, and when you'll be traveling again.
And… from Jennifer and me…. Merry Christmas!