On this week’s episode of RV Family Travel Atlas, we are hashing out our recent road trip and dishing on the highs, the lows, the successes, and the lessons learned.
Here are some of the stats mentioned in the News Roundup:
6 campgrounds and a Cabelas parking lot.
One deep cycle battery toasted
One new F150 tested
23 television interviews in four hours
9 podcasts produced and uploaded from the road
14 lobster rolls devoured
19 whales spotted
7 bags of coffee purchased
One national park visited
One national seashore visited
One national historic site visited
3 toddler meltdowns per day
12 hikes completed
How did the new F150 perform? How did we manage our tiny terror of a toddler? Were we happy with our balance of public and private campgrounds? Did we manage to drive hundreds of miles with three kids and still retain our sanity?
Plus, we review the Slackers 50 foot slack line set from Cabela’s, which was a huge hit for all the kids (and adults) at the campground. This particular product come with 50 feet of 2 inch webbing and a 1 inch webbing teaching line. It also comes with a nifty sack for storage. This slack line kept our kids entertained for hours, and we love the addition of simply, active, engaging campsite fun.
You might think that we have this road-tripping gig all figured out. But we know that there are always lessons to be learned from family travel. This is Episode #99 Summer Road Trip Wrap Up
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