Living the RV Dream Episode 69 – Voicemail

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3 thoughts on “Living the RV Dream Episode 69 – Voicemail”

  1. Hello Robert,
    I just listened to your podcast about your upcoming trip to New York, and that was the first time I’ve heard you. Sounds exciting. I, too, enjoy traveling in my RV. This year we downsized from a pop-up trailer to a truck camper, so no more towing for me. I have a Palomino Backpack in the back of my GMC Sierra. We took a two-week trip out west with my wife and my son this summer. The highlight was a night spent camping out on the Bonneville Salt Flats.
    I heard you say you wanted to visit Centralia, PA. I definitely think you should go. There’s not a whole lot to see there, and that’s just the point. The whole town is gone. The streets are still there, but only a few buildings remain. Before you go you should read Fire Underground by David DeKok (about 200 pages). The story about how the town grappled with the fire will capture your imagination. The tension was so great there was even a murder-suicide. It’s an incredible story.
    We live in Greenville, SC which is between Atlanta and Charlotte and south of Asheville. Sounds like you might pass this way. I’ve enjoyed a lot of camping in Pisgah National Forest. One of my favorite spots to cool off in the summer is up at the Mount Pisgah campground on the Blue Ridge Parkway.
    Bon Voyage!
    Paul

  2. While in Rhode Island, don’t miss Newport and its many cliffside mansions.
    Doing the Eastern Shore of Virginia, don’t miss Chincoteague and the wild ponies on Assateague Island….and the beautiful beaches of Assateague. Suggest reading Margaritte (sp?) Henry’s Misty of Chincoteague before visiting…..also think your and your wife would really enjoy the 1949 movie of the Misty story (based on real people and a real pony).
    Safe travels on your trip to Maine and back to Miami.

  3. As a local, I highly recommend that you visit the Hudson Valley on your upcoming trip. There are many attractions including charming towns(Cold Spring, Peekskill, Beacon, etc.) along with many scenic drives and hikes(Bear Mountain, Storm King Park, Breakneck Ridge, etc.). You can also find several historic places such as the Stony Point Battlefield, Washington’s Headquarters, etc. Around the time you are traveling, it is the season for apples, so there are some orchards near Warwick that offer apple picking and sell cider and stuff. I hope you can consider some of the aforementioned options, along with many other things to do in the area, on which you can do your own research. If you have any questions regarding the area, you can email me back and I’ll be happy to answer them.

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