Wednesday, November 29, 2023


Do you plan to celebrate Thanksgiving in your RV?

Thanksgiving is tomorrow! Can you believe it? Where has 2022 gone? This year, will you be spending Thanksgiving in your RV or will you be in your sticks-and-bricks home? A friend’s or family member’s house? A hotel? Will you be somewhere different this year than you were last year?

If you’re worried about preparing a large Thanksgiving meal in your RV, don’t be! Tony Barthel wrote a wonderful story last year about cooking Thanksgiving dinner in your RV. Make sure you give it a read.

If we don’t see you online tomorrow (yes, we will still have a newsletter), have a very Happy Thanksgiving.

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Dale Gilbert (@guest_212490)
1 year ago

did before when we went deer hunting but no more. we would take our game and make a real thanksgiving dinner. every one would bring a different game

Scott (@guest_212061)
1 year ago

unfortunately, camper in 3 sided covered storage for the harsh winters in upstate NY. I do not cook in it but can do upgrades/ service with supplied power at storage unit

MrDisaster (@guest_211905)
1 year ago

I answered no but… We winter over house sitting. So we have full use of the home (we stay in our RV cuz that’s where our beds are!). We will cook the turkey in the morning and then it’s ..”over the river and through the woods,” to our daughter’s RV we go! It’ll be a couple of hours drive, but it’s great to be with family!

Gary Gueck (@guest_211898)
1 year ago

I wish, but we will be in s&b 😎. HAPPY THANKSGIVING to all 🦃

Tom (@guest_211897)
1 year ago

Will be at our in-laws home, having dinner in their stick n brick but staying in RV.

KellyR (@guest_211893)
1 year ago

Will be in our stix n bricks unless the power goes out. So nice to have our RV ready to rock n roll.

Alfred Buccola (@guest_211880)
1 year ago

Mid-eighties Thanksgiving day found me on the beach in Montauk NY in the middle of a great striped bass feeding blitz.

Richard (@guest_211874)
1 year ago

16 years full time. Where else?

Mary (@guest_211869)
1 year ago

We are full-time RV’ers but are traveling to relatives in another state for Thanksgiving, so not in our RV.

Neal Davis (@guest_211860)
1 year ago

We’ll spend Thanksgiving in our sticks-and-bricks, hosting my in-laws for the weekend beginning today. We are part-timers in our RV, not full-timers. Happy Thanksgiving.

Caren Kelly (@guest_211859)
1 year ago

Yes, we are Canadian’s that celebrated our Thanksgiving with our family in October, and now we will celebrate the US Thanksgiving in our MoHo while in Arizona. Happy Thanksgiving to all and stay safe.

James Lagasse (@guest_211857)
1 year ago

Our plan was 10 days at Myakka River State Park but because of flooding from the two hurricanes the park is closed until the end of November. We’re a little bummed but the holiday is about family and we will be together just the same.

Leonard (@guest_211853)
1 year ago

Happy Thanksgiving to all of our American friends!
We (Canadians) had our Thanksgiving October 10th.

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