I think people will be staying closer to home this year if they go out at all. Next week I will be heading to Ventura, California for a beach trip(90 miles from home)usually on a holiday week we will see RV after RV on the freeways here. I'm interested to see how many RV's will be on the road this time.
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We live near the road to Pikes Peak, and as usual, there were RV's bumper to bumper leaving Colorado Springs on Friday heading West to the mountains...... </div></BLOCKQUOTE>
That's great! Push some of that enthusiasm to the east will ya'?
Tom "Rocket Heart" Emahiser
No RV at the present time.
I just recently too I-80 West from Chicago to Iowa City, counted 6 Motor homes,none in Flying J's any where. Took I-39 South through Illinois on way home, same thing almost no motor homes. Lots of towables headed for dealers. Even truck traffic was sparse and driving much slower than normal.
I just returned from a trip to Traverse City (northern Michigan) and back to the Kalamazoo area (SW Michigan) last week. We were there for a week. The population in the campgrounds up there was sparse, but the weather was cold. Spring is about 2 weeks late this year. Happy to say we saw a good number of RV's traveling upon our return last Saturday. Fuel is approx. $1 per gallon more than last year. The trip cost us about $50 or so more, not enough to stay home.
Tom and Barb
'07 Winnebago Voyage 35L
Workhorse W22 chassis FMCA 219315