Sunday, September 19, 2021
Sunday, September 19, 2021

Where are you reading this right at this very moment?

At this exact moment where are you reading these very words? Are you inside your sticks and bricks home or sitting in a chair in your backyard? Are you inside your RV or sitting at the picnic table at your campsite? Are you in a cafe, coffee-in-hand? A restaurant? A state park enjoying the views? Tell us!

After you’re done voting in the poll, please leave a comment and tell us! We’d love to read all the different responses. Thanks!

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Bobkat3080
19 days ago

You asked, where am I reading this? Right at this moment we are on a motorcycle trip from Germany to Turkey and are on a hotel patio in Mostar, Bosnia. We’re having a great time. You can read about it at http://www.bobkatsjaunt.com, or not, your choice. The motorhome is stored back in the USA for when we get back in November.

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RV Staff (@rvstaff)
19 days ago
Reply to  Bobkat3080

Thanks, Bobkat3080. That sounds like a wonderful adventure! Have a great trip, and stay safe and healthy. 🙂 –Diane

Ronnie Lofton
20 days ago

Campground in Jonesville, La.

Dale
24 days ago

Sitting on Amtrack, heading from Kalamazoo to Port Huron

MrDisaster
24 days ago

We’re in the Poconos until after the holiday. Then #ontheroadtosomewhere!

Tim Slack
24 days ago

Arrived just hours ago to our new volunteer gig w/USFS at Cape Perpetua in Oregon. Sitting in our new site & marveling at all the greenery around us…one of the perks of Oregon on the coast. Also >> IT JUST RAINED ON US! 😊😊

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RV Staff (@rvstaff)
24 days ago
Reply to  Tim Slack

Yay rain! (Never thought I’d say that in Seattle. 😆 ) Enjoy the beautiful Oregon coast, Tim. 🙂 –Diane

Gary Byler
22 days ago
Reply to  Tim Slack

I am jealous. LOVED CAPE PERPETUA. My wife and I volunteered the winter of 2012 at the visitors center. Unfortunately, due to health reasons we had to leave early. After my wife’s surgery and recovery we lived in and volunteered full time in our 5th wheel until January 2021when health forced us to retire from RV life.

bisonwings
25 days ago

Sitting in my recliner at home.

Jerry S.
25 days ago

Granddaughter’s Soccer Practice

Neal Davis
25 days ago

We are in the midst of a brief, 4-day-trip to David Crockett Birthplace State Park in Limestone, Tennessee. We got here Monday afternoon and leave Friday morning, which is a frequent strategy we employ to “camp” despite the apparent campground crowding especially characterizing weekends.

Jeb
25 days ago

Normally, in the rv but knew I was going to be outside the dressing room while wife tried on stuff. Better reading this than staring at the bra selection.

Ellen Coleman
25 days ago

Sitting on the bus waiting to go to the base of the Crazy Horse Monument in South Dakota.

James Starling
25 days ago

Waiting for my “partial” haircut.

travilenman
25 days ago

At home recovering from a broken neck…. My rving days may be over….

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RV Staff (@rvstaff)
25 days ago
Reply to  travilenman

Oh my gosh, travilenman! We’re so sorry to hear that! Good luck on your recovery, and we hope you can get back to RVing in the very near future. Take care. –Diane

Beth Holt
25 days ago

Lounging outside our Excel 5er home, enjoying the sunshine & tea with a view of the Mesa Verde National Park mesas. This commercial brought to you from Cortez, Colorado (West view RV Resort).

Gary Polson
25 days ago

I am reading this from the seat of my tractor as it’s driving itself with GPS and auto steer.

Caren Kelky
25 days ago

In our Moho at Grand Palms RV Resort, Grand Marais, Manitoba, Canada. After selling our house we are full-time. Living our Best Life! Hopefully the USA will open the border to us fully vaccinated Canadians so we can head south this winter.

Mike Albert
25 days ago

Right now reading it our S & B in New Hope, PA getting ready to go to Punta Gorda, FL (our winter home) on September 5 to pick up our motor home to go to Temecula, CA to celebrate our granddaughter’s third birthday and the arrival of her new baby brother (due October 9 +/- ( you know how these things go). That’s the plan. We read RV Travel seven days a week with at least one cup of coffee. Thanks for the great information, it is extremely helpful for our first time cross country trip.

Ed Thomas
25 days ago

Sitting beside the lake on Camp Blanding USNGTC, FLORIDA

Ed Thomas
25 days ago

David Baldacci – Mercy
one of my favorite authors. Along with James Patterson and John D McDonald

Tony Grigg
25 days ago

In our Wildwood 5ver in Hinton, Iowa. Gorgeous county park with miles of heavily wooded and hilly hiking trails, and all surrounded by beautiful green fields of corn.

Deborah Mason
25 days ago

In my recliner with the big dog (70 lbs) on my lap, at our house in NW Montana. Going to stick to a few short RV trips while the craziness sorts itself out. Had our big trip to fulfill SIL’s Bucket trip over Memorial Day. Now it’s so hard to get reservations at the state parks here, but there’s a nice USFS place just 20 miles from us that doesn’t fill during the week. That’ll do for us.

Kamwick
25 days ago
Reply to  Deborah Mason

Love those weekdays at parks – often so empty now that school is back in session for so many.

That puppy sounds like a big snuggly baby – bet they are a nice lap warmer during cold mornings in Montana 🙂

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