As most of you know we left the warm days of Arizona and are traveling north to visit the midwest and visit some RV manufacturers. We’ve had a few people ask how we’re doing on the road with regard to the COVID-19 virus, so we thought we’d drop a note to update everyone concerning our travels and plans.
Currently we’re living life as we normally would, with the exception that we’re avoiding crowds and making sure our travels don’t enter into areas that local authorities recommend we avoid. We have seen notifications that some states have closed recreation areas (such as New Mexico State Parks), but again, we are avoiding those areas as suggested by authorities.
Living in our RV is similar to being self-quarantined – it brings a new meaning to the phrase “self contained”! When we travel, it’s just the two of us in the vehicle. When we check into a park we make sure we’re leaving at least six feet between ourselves and the representative checking us in. When we get fuel, we pay for it at the pump – avoiding any human contact during the process. When we need to go grocery shopping, we get in and out as fast as possible and avoid mulling around with groups of people. We don’t eat out, so that won’t affect us. We are, as the authorities have suggested, social-distancing.
We will continue to produce our videos as we travel, but will not include anything regarding the virus that has terrorized our country. Thanks for following us on our journey…it really means a lot to us to have a community that cares!