Monday, March 30, 2020
Coronavirus & Full-time RVing
Well like you, we are tired of hearing about the Coronavirus, but let me give you a perspective of RVing during a pandemic.
Social distancing – Mike and I are ambiverts (a person whose personality has a balance of extrovert and introvert features), leaning a little more to introvert, so social distancing is in our nature. We prefer small groups and keep our distance.
Minimalist Living – Living in a small place you can’t hoard toilet paper, no room. When we go shopping we buy what we need for two weeks. You have to keep your small home organized and clean, since space is limited and everything has its place or it will look and feel cluttered. Plus I have OCD (thank you Mom and Grandma), so this is easy for me to keep the house clean and organized.
Stay at home order– As various places are closed, we are not able to site see and explore new areas of the country as we like. We only travel to our next campground (if it is open) and stay put. We only go to the grocery store or to get fuel. We do walk around the campground and nature trails to get some fresh air and exercise. It is nice to have our own bathroom, shower, washer and drier, to be truly self-contained.
Campground closing – This is the one that hasn’t affected us yet, but does cause us to have various backup plans.
Stay healthy and travel safe. Remember to wash your hands, keep your distance, and stay home if you can.
God bless and keep you.