Even if you don’t buy our motorhome, we’d like to take a moment to tell you why we believe it is important for you to get an RV anyway.
There is a lot of talk from our friends on the left, right and center about freedom and the impending erosion of freedom. There is a lot of talk from our friends on the center, right and left about our widening divisions. There is a lot of talk from all sides about our “otherness” and our growing alienation from one another.
We believe one of the best ways to keep freedom is to use freedom. We can narrow divisions by reaching out and closing the divisions. Maybe we can become neighbors and friends by simply seeing each other.
Get out there and meet people. Leave your home. Get out there and see the country. See the city.
The things we’ve learned on the road about ourselves, our country and our world has been utterly amazing and invaluable. We have become good friends with likely people and unlikely people. In some cases, VERY unlikely people.
Sure, we’ve met a few creeps, but creeps are rare. A lot of creeps are good people who are in pain. Most people are good and they are just waiting for the chance to express goodness.
One example: On one of our travels, we were at an intersection in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Someone ran a red light and plowed in to another car. The crash was massive and terrible. But in an instant, a split second after the crash, other drivers at the busy intersection FLEW out of their cars and trucks and rushed to stop traffic and help the injured drivers. It was amazing. This, we think, is the real nature of people.
Get out there and meet these people. Be one of these people.
It’s time to hit the road.