We travel to historic sites and museums. Nature is nice, but we don't seek it out unless it is a backdrop to something that happened there. We also like finding restaurants that we have not been to before.
I love museums and the visitors' centers in national and state parks. Really learn about geology, history, wildlife, plants, so many things about the places you stay in an RV. I enjoy learning now for the fun of it much more than as a child so long ago. For example, we were at Glen Canyon dam last year and took their fascinating tour down into the dam.
We get a lot of healthy walking in, taking easy hikes in the parks.
We both like to take lots of photos and then put them into photo books with online companies like Shutterfly. I go back to those books now and relive our wonderful trips. We both even won a photo spot in the calendar contest put on by our RV manufacturer this year-fun!
We do all the above and then some. We never restrict ourselves to just interstates or backroads, have checklists or US maps to fill in, we don't catalog every mile or take exorbitant amounts of photos. We just do what we want, wherever we go, without feeling compelled to see this or do that since we're in a particular area. We don't watch rv or any travel or dining shows, and the only guides we peruse we pick up at the local gas station, supermarket, or visitor center. We love RVing and find enjoyment with whatever we decide to do at any given moment.
We enjoy planning our trip around historical, sights and activities (such as lakes and rivers). This year we are planning on adding the Dinners, Dives and Drive Ins to the list of places to go!! I am pretty excited about getting the chance to visit some of the places and see if they are all that they appear "as seen on tv!" While we are at any area we also geocache.
We like history, museums, Native American, factories (Corvette Factory in Bowling Green KY & Boeing in WA, etc), scenic drives, bridges, waterfalls, caves, mountain tops, locks and dams, and weird things.
Lonny & Diane
2004 Country Coach Allure 33' "Big Blue"
Towing 2008 Chev Colorado 4x4
We like to do the typical tourist things especially history and the natural sights. We spent a month in Montana last summer and did so many different things went to Little Big Horn, spent time on the Yellowstone River, hiked the Calypso Trail and crossed some natural bridges that Custer supposedly rode across, drove to Bear Tooth, went to Glacier Park and visited Banning a complete ghost town that is a state park. We also shop some but that is not our main goal even though we did buy a new trailer on the trip. I don't mind driving the interstates in fact I don't really like towing on two lane roads because I only go 62 MPH and I feel like I am holding up people that want to go but once we get to a campsite and drop the trailer it is nothing to drive 200 miles a day sight seeing.