Arvey RV’s first post

Here is what I look like at a campground. This was at a place called Disney World.

Hi folks. I’m Arvey RV, and I carry those two Roadtirement people around the country. I decided that since they have a blog I might as well hop on and give you my side of the story.

I started out somewhere in North Indiana at a factory named Thor. I was bought by the Roadtirement people and boy were they funny. They had just had a trailer, so it was new for them to drive something like me. I’m not big like some of my cousins, and I soon found out that the people would squeeze me into parking places and lots that were made for cars. They kept saying how nice it was to be able to drive me to the store or theater or whatever/wherever they wanted to go.

I knew right away that I was in for quite the adventure. Lots of my friends take their people out for short  trips close to where they are usually parked. But my people were going to be driving me around a lot of the time. In addition to visiting their kids and grandkids, they were talking about things called auctions, flea markets, antique stores and festivals. I knew that I would be stopping at places other than campgrounds!

Check back often. I’ve got lots of stories to tell!

Arvey RV

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6 thoughts on “Arvey RV’s first post

  1. I always imagined that’s what I’d be doing in retirement — living and traveling out of an RV. I knew people who chose that lifestyle, and they seemed happy. However, I’m now legally blind, no longer drive, and I have panic attacks just going to the store. But if you’re healthy and vigorous it can be a great option.

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