A 5-day RV trip can be one of the craziest adventures in the world.
If you’ve never been one, here’s what you need to know before you start.
If it’s your first time camping out, here are some things you should know before your first day.1.
It’s Not for EveryoneThe most common question about a 5 or 6 day RV camping trip is: “What are the logistics?”
And the answer is simple: it’s not for everyone.
For most of us, we have no idea how to pack our own food and supplies.
But, for some people, a trip to the Big Bend can feel like a vacation from the mundane.
You can relax with a fire pit, picnic and a picnic blanket, but you’ll have to pack your own tent and cook on the campfire.
And the only thing you can carry is water and a few camping essentials like a tent pole, firewood, and a fire starter.2.
There’s No One You Can Call”There is no one you can call,” said Jason Krieger, a writer who has spent the last decade traveling around the world and making movies.
“It’s kind of like a family, so there’s no one to help you with the logistics.”
He told us that you can’t have a meal and then be alone for an entire week without getting yelled at.
“You’ll have someone coming over and saying, ‘I need a bite of your food.’
You’re never alone.”3.
There Is No One To Tell You That You’re In The Wrong Place”People ask me about this,” said Kriege, who lives in New Mexico and is planning a trip with his wife.
“The answer is, no, I can’t.
There is no way to tell.
There will be people on the road who will not tell you you’re in the wrong place.”4.
You’re Going To Have To Think Outside The Box”The biggest thing is you’re going to have to think outside the box,” Krieg said.
“That’s the biggest thing.”
You’ll be able to make choices that might not be in your comfort zone.
“For example, you can camp in the middle of nowhere.
Or you can take your truck and go out to the desert to get some heat.
But you can do all of that.
You just have to be prepared to make a lot of different choices.5.
There Will Be An Undercurrent Of Excitement”The excitement and anticipation of camping out is so high that you are going to be thinking, ‘Am I ready?’
And it will be,” said Jay Kriegan, a producer for a popular reality TV show called “The Bachelor.
“”You’re going through the whole thing, and it will feel like your life is at the center of the show.
“Kriegon is a writer and actor based in California.
He says his experience on the show, “Bachelor Nation,” has helped him prepare for a 5,000-mile road trip.6.
You’ll Have A New Family And A New Place”There’s going to come a point when you have a family and a new place and you’ll feel a little bit more comfortable with all the changes and new things,” said Tanya Rachleff, a marketing manager and writer based in Colorado.
Rachlff is also the founder of The Traveling Life, a travel blog that offers advice on planning for a road trip and making a budget for a campfire feast.7.
And I always say, ‘It is the same experience, it is the whole trip.’ “
They tell me, ‘Oh, you’re feeling different.’
And I always say, ‘It is the same experience, it is the whole trip.’
You have a completely different experience when you’re on the other side of the country.
There are a lot more changes, but it’s all the same.
So it’s going be completely different.”8.
You Will Be PreparedFor A Hard Trip”There will be a lot that you’re ready for,” Rachwell said.
If your budget is $3,000, you’ll be ready to pay $1,800 to take your RV camping to California.
If yours is $1.5 million, you could be prepared for the trip of a lifetime.
If the price tag is $10,000 per night, you won’t be able afford the trip in a week.
It’ll be the equivalent of having a $5,000 RV with no fuel.9.
You Might Not Be PreparingFor Anything You Don’t Know”If you’re not prepared for anything, you may not be prepared at all,” said Kayla O’Connor, a food writer based out of New York City.
“But if you have prepared for everything you need, you might not need everything you’re getting.”