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Well, it’s been a strange first day. We almost got clipped in a parking lot by a car I didn’t/couldn’t see. Got to my mom’s house fine – after dropping off our 2009 income tax information with the accountant. Every time something in the RV turns on or off (water pump, generator, etc.) I tense up wondering if that’s how it’s supposed to work/sound. It’s now dark … damp … and raining. And we just spent 30 minutes outside trying to determine why we don’t have water pressure in the RV. All-in-all, it beats being back in the office!

THEN, we find out that writer Lisa Hoover posted this story just as we were starting the maiden voyage with the RV: GoPetFriendly Finds Pet-Friendly Hotels, Campgrounds, and Much More. Wahoo!! It’s a great summary of who we are, what we do, and why we’re in this.

  • RubysRaiser says:

    Congratulations on the Lifehacker post, well-deserved! Hope you'll be getting back on your way again tomorrow — looking forward to your updates!

  • Kudos on the Lifehacker mention!! Hope that you get the RV glitches sorted out.

  • michelechollow says:

    Very nice story about Go Pet Friendly, and you guys deserve it. I guess an RV is a house on wheels; I hope your mobile home is trouble-free.

  • I had a thought. The Winnebago is big, really big. In those tight parking lot situations, perhaps one of you stands outside with a walkie-talkie and communicates instructions to the driver. The added benefit is that others will see a person walking around and pay attention or slow down. And to add to the visual, imagine an orange vest with reflectors and the logo on it.

  • Robert says:

    Hope you have a great time on the road! Looks like so much fun!

  • susan says:

    RV's never have water pressure. I think it's a rule. Congratulations :)

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