Every September we can count on attending the PA RV Show - advertised as the largest RV show in the country. I don't know about that, but it is pretty darn big. It's held at the Giant Center at Hershey Park. Now, we don't go through each manufacturer's exhibit, but it still took us almost 3 hours to walk around the outside set up. That gives you an idea of how big the show is.
The last couple of years on the first day of the show, which was today, the senior admission price has been buy one, get one free. Pretty sweet deal. Glad I'm married to a senior! :)
We arrived at the show around 10:30 after stopping one of our favorite local diners, White Horse Diner. That was the last time we'll get to eat there this year, I'm sure. It was good as usual!
The weather was just perfect for walking around outside. The forecast called for showers and overcast skies, but fortunately, that was SO wrong! The skies were blue with some white, floaty clouds and the sun was shining. There was a great breeze, too.
We are not in the market for a new RV, by any means. However, we are trying to get ideas for what we want when we stop traveling in a few years and starting doing the 6/6 thing. Plus, we've talked about buying something small for an Alaska trip. So, we were mostly looking at travel trailers. Found a couple of possibilities for the 6/6 set-up. Plus we found one small trailer that is a good candidate for the Alaska trip.
Of course, neither of those scenarios will be happening for a few years yet. We've got some traveling to do first. But, we figure the summer before we're ready to settle into the 6/6 set up, we'll spend the summer in Alaska. Then, we'll spend 6 months in the north and 6 in the south. I don't want to winter in the north ever again, if I don't have to! ;)
It's always fun to see what new products are out there. But, it's great to be content with what you have. And we are very contented. Such a nice feeling.
Until the next time . . .