Alan and Kellie parked next door with their pup, Lucy. They were new to RVing, and still confusing excitement for anxiety. Like many others, they talked about living on the road and when the opportunity came to do it, they did not hesitate. They sold their Harleys and their home and picked up their Class C. Alan worked remotely from the road. They had excellent reception and stayed four days longer than originally planned due to complications at the home office.
I shared the Apps I use for traveling tips and working full time on the road with Alan and shared RV hacks with Kellie to make their RV more accommodating. They took off just before a rainstorm hit. An hour later they pulled into the park again. I laughed and yelled, “Welcome Home.”
Later, Alan said that made him feel as if he had made the right choice.
Kellie and I walked a half-mile to pick up dinner and returned to find two motorcyclists had camped under the pavilion. We saw them slide their money into the slot for their night under the stars so to speak. That night the little park filled to the brim and hosted two boondockers. There were six electrical posts, two water spigots, and a lot of parking available.
All the locals we met in Adair, IA were pleasant, welcoming and the children well mannered. Look for the video on YouTube. It’s coming soon.