We (mid 60s, 46 yr. married couple, retired Naval Air) are hoping to make our first trip to Airventure this year. Thought that dragging our '09 28' Keystone Passport to camp Scholler would make for an interesting & fun "anticipation" trip. We'll be setting out from our home, located approx. 80 miles E. of LA, around late June or early July. Anyone of a like mind that would like to "caravan" with us?
We'd have plenty of time to get acquainted, feel out compatibility and make plans before launch.
Due to varying State traffic laws, we'd probably have to limit the number of rigs (if anyone actually takes us up on the idea).
We're totally new to this, so if anyone has experience with the notion, we'd love to hear your tales and suggestions.
Just to "define" our expectations... we ain't rich, but we like to stay at clean, secure and quiet locations. We try to keep our highway speed around 60 or less. Just doesn't seem safe or economical to "push it" and besides, you miss so much if you just blast your way down the road. We like to plan our trips and then adjust as we go to include "cool" spots and/or exclude mud holes and dumps. For us, a great day on the road typically culminates with a warm fire, cocktails and quiet conversation.
or..... we could all just stay home and watch Gilligan's Island re-runs!
All responses including questions, comments, suggestions, experiences (good & bad) or ??? are welcome.