“If we knew what it was we were doing, it would not be called research, would it?”
Last April, I read an article in Motorhome Magazine by Christine Goodier titled “Rustic Rambling on Maine’s Lighthouse Coast.” In the article, Christine described stopping in Boothbay Maine at the Shore Hills Campground. After a day of sightseeing, Christine and her husband Bob, returned back to their campsite and Bob placed a telephone order for dinner. At exactly seven o’clock, a young women pulled up to the site and delivered two freshly steamed lobsters.
Ok, you have my attention, this is something we have to try. What better way is there to learn about Rv’ing? We’ll take a trip to Maine!
We found a dealer near us, Scott Motor Coach RV Center, and spoke to Robyn in tier rental department. I explained that we were planning a “Maiden Voyage” and wanted to rent a Class A motorhome. A few hours later she emailed me the rental quote. Getting the quote and reserving the RV was the easy part (just had to sign a bunch of papers and hand over a credit card)
The hard part was just about to begin. Over the next few weeks we have to learn as much as we can about the RV and it’s systems, as well as how to drive a 30 foot box. we also have to plan the entire trip, decide the best roads to take, and make all of the necessary reservations.
Lots to do ……..