WASHINGTON — I get a lot of email from RVers as well as from campers. And I get a lot of emails from people who believe they are one and the same. They’re not. At least not by my definition, for what that’s worth.
In my mind, RVers are people who live or travel in an RV fulltime or for several months at a time. For all intents and purposes, when they are in it, the RV is their home. Campers, on the other hand, spend less time in their RVs. Quite often they are weekend warriors who head for a favorite campground every weekend during the summer, and maybe even occasionally take a trip out of state before returning back home. They may do this in anything from a 40 foot diesel pusher motorhome, to a small tent camper, or a pickup with a camper on the back.
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