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Where are you right now? Are you “Down East” along the coast of Maine, getting ready to head out for a lobster feast? Or maybe along the Gulf Coast, where you’ll soon be off to your favorite eatery for some yummy shrimp?

Or maybe you’re in sunny Arizona, killing a little time before heading out to the pickleball court? Or maybe you’re up in Montana lounging by your fireplace, just taking it easy?

Or perhaps you’re Down Under — in gorgeous New Zealand in your camper van, getting ready to head out for the day?

Wherever you are, please let us know. Take the quick survey then leave a comment telling us where you are and why you’re there.


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Dale Sain

On the banks of American Lake just south of Tacoma, WA. I’ve seen float planes take off & land (water?) and teams crewing with their coach in a power boat alongside. This new solo full-timer is gonna get used to this rather quickly.

Donna

In Canada looking at snowbanks. Won’t be out for at least 3 months. I envy the rest of you.

Corkey & Hallie

We are boondocking in Why, AZ at Coyote Howls Campground.

Ray & Cathy

At home base in Marana, AZ. 10 miles north of Tucson.

Doris

Sitting up at a friends camping park and getting everything ready for my first trip in my recently purchased small camper. Will be traveling with niece & husband from Belgium for 3 wks. to NOLA and back.

John

Sitting and reading in my living room here in CT.

Chuck Taylor (boatcat)

Free reading at home in Picture Rocks, AZ 15 mile NW Tucson. Tucked the fiver in it’s cage after a long weekend with Elks RV Group.

Slowinski Wayne

I am reading this newsletter while at home in Green Bay, Wisconsin waiting for the snow to melt. Go Pack!

Ar Warren

I am reading this newsletter while wintering in a condo in Palm Springs CA 92264. Trailer safely tucked under it’s cover @ Port Susan Camping Club in Tulalip, WA 98271

Jim

At work in Calgary Alberta

Grant Edgar

At home in Canterbury, New Zealand, until it gets cold then off to Canada and the US

LindaH

Beautiful Trenton FL where’s there is just one traffic light in the entire county, except for four caution lights.

Sidney

I’m a Camp Host in a California Redwood State Park ……. in my motorhome with my two happy kitties.

Cora Conde

At home in Turlock,Ca

Pamela

In my TT in Ruskin, Florida

Jim Soper

I am actually at McMurdo Station, Antarctica. Sitting in my dorm room.

Mike Sokol

You might win as the reader who’s furthest away. Or maybe just the most remote.

JudyMae

In my sticks & bricks home. Needed to get done remodeling done so no trip South this winter. 🙁

Bonnie

In my TT in Tucson, AZ.

Devon

In my motor home in Trenton Ga.

Kelly DiCristina

In Pensacola heading for Texas then up to YNP…workamping for the summer.

Sidney

Yellowstone or Yosemite?

George

Burlington, Ontario, Canada

Dave

On my couch in Lindsay, Ontario. Canada

June

Reading on my living room couch in Cheney, WA.

Pat

My home town, Calgary, AB

Gary Glenn

Headed to FMCA. Jackson, MS

Norm Milne

Sitting in sunny Victoria BC soaking up the rays. Heading home to Kamloops on Monday.

Tom

In rainy N CA waiting for the sun to make an appearance next week so we dont feel like we are mushrooms anymore.

Jim

At home in Manteca, CA

Ron

We are visiting our son and his family, and enjoying our granddaughter, Ava, on Maui.

-brent

We are in Idaho, looking forward to the thaw

Captn John

Although we live where it almost never snows we still go farther south for a few winter months to visit friends. Tomorrow we head home for a few weeks for taxes and doctors.

George

In my home in Las Vegas NV

Gerrit Van Keulen

In my captains chair in our Class A 42′ HR Scepter, in the Yuma Foothills, AZ with the Gila Mountains in view out the front window.

Albert Whigam

In Panama City FL. Working

fred e Raco

Sitting in my sunroom in Johnstown, PA looking at the snow covered ground dreaming about our camping season coming up. First trip is to TN for a few weeks. Going to use Harvest Hosts for the first time. So excited.

Larryu

Reading the newsletter from my home in Fredericksburg, VA.

Bev Hughes

In sunny warm Florida for the winter…moving around to see the many facets of this great state!

PhxJack

Phoenix, AZ- it’s where we live when we’re not traveling (summers) in our motorhome!

Nancy

Central California, looking for a home base

Alan Wolfe

At home in Maple Valley, WA. waiting for Spring!

James

We’re in Calgary Canada where it finally has warmed up first day above freezing since January. Will work on trailer today

Danny Wells

We’re in Ocala National Forest. We’ve been coming every year in Feburary and staying until late March or early April. I guess this will be the last year we will be able to do it. The Forest Service changed the rules and limited the stay to 2 weeks in all campgrounds. This campground is never full during this time of the year even on weekends and we’ve checked others in the Forest and they aren’t either. Now they say we can’t stay in one campground and move to another within a 30 day period. It makes no sense to have… Read more »

Bill - Flordia Bound

I stayed at Ocala State parks and enjoyed them. I like power/water at the site. Rest rooms and showers are a plus. =========================== https://www.fs.usda.gov/ocala https://www.fs.usda.gov/activity/ocala/recreation/camping-cabins/?recid=32295&actid=31 ——- Big Bass Campground: There is a maximum stay limit of 14 consecutive days in a 30 day period. Tent and RV camping on the south edge of the Ocala National Forest, not far from the Ocklawaha River via CR 42. Open seasonally Oct. 15 – April 15 with 19 sites. $10 per night and a $3 fee for non-campers to dump waste water. Drinking water ——- Big Scrub campground: There is a maximum stay… Read more »

Peter Donahue

Here in snowy , cold upstate NY watching snowmobiles go by the house !!!

Jean Knapper

Reading the ad-free edition at home in Silverton, OR. Getting ready to make airline reservations to visit our son and daughter-in-law in Istanbul, Turkey. Can’t wait!

RV Staff

Thanks for reading (and contributing), Jean. Have a great trip! 😀 —Diane at RVtravel.com

Ron Hough

We’re in chilly, sunny, snowy, rainy, windy Tucson getting ready for the Escapees RV Club’s “Escapade” next week.

L. Jones

Cheers! And thanks for the ad-free edition 🙂
(Most of us were not upset OR confused, by the way. Lol: Good things are worth the wait!)
Enjoying reading in delightfully damp Southern California! Sun peeking out and desert flowers ramping up for a spectacular bloom this year!
Thanks again for forging ahead!

Ed D

At home in Fort Wayne, IN

Pat

I’m reading this at home in cold, snowy Upstate NY. Our TT is out in the driveway, waiting for nice weather. Wish we were on the road, but it’s not in the cards right now.

Thom

Snowbound in Summit County, Colorado

RV Staff

Well, that makes a little more sense than being snowbound in Seattle for two weeks! That was ridiculous! There are still some snow piles here and there (I have a little blob of snow in my yard still). The first snow had fallen on Feb. 3 and it still isn’t all gone. That’s really unheard of for around here. Stay warm! 😀 —Diane at RVtravel.com

CajunRVer

Lafayette, Louisiana, recovering from Mardis Gras.