WASHINGTON — After the Grand Canyon, I point Bertha’s nose back west and quickly retrace my route earlier this spring along I40 to Keyesville Rec Area in Lake Isabella, Calif. There I spend six days working hard so that I can have my two weeks of vacation relatively work-free.
“Wait, vacation? Isn’t your whole life like a vacation?”
This is a common misconception among people who haven’t learned much about full-time RVing yet. For those who are wealthy enough it could be treated as a perpetual vacation, but for those of us who still need to make a living the answer is no.
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