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I, too, love traveling, and we have an RV, but a smaller one. One disadvantage to the bigger ones is that you can't get into every campground. Basically, you're stuck at a paved KOA or something similar. Many of the campgrounds in Glacier National Park, Yosemite, etc, with some of the best scenery won't take even a 30' rig, let alone a 40' one.

Camping near facilities is great for some, mandatory for others. My niece is a type 1 diabetic, and she can't be far from medical care just in case. They camp closer to town.

When I have time to meander, I love the RV. When I want to focus on my destination, I fly. It's nice to have both options.

CarolD.
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