home for this trip is a 25’ Georgie Boy ‘Custom’ with a rear bedroom, a separate bathroom with a
tub/shower, and a center kitchen area with a dinette. Having lots of
storage space let’s us take everything we need if we’re careful, eat
out a lot, and don’t dress up too much.
Bonnie did manage to find room for three square dance outfits (and 3
crinolines!). She’s also
taking her wire-wrapping supplies for lazy days.
I’m taking my tennis racquet in case I run into any
tennis players looking for a partner, and my running shoes.
replaced the built-in television, previously located between the driver
and passenger seat, with a wonderful computer center that a friend built
for us (thanks Ed!). It
houses a laptop PC on a slide out tray and an Epson photo printer below. A
GPS system attached to the laptop works with a nationwide mapping program
to let us know exactly where we are and how to get to where we want to go.
A cell phone, a wireless cell phone modem, a nationwide ISP service and a
nearly unlimited local and long distance calling plan provide
Internet and email access anywhere in the comfort of our motorhome, albeit
at a barely tolerable data speed of 19Kbs. Whenever possible, we use
the faster dial-up connections available at modem-friendly campgrounds to send emails and update this