A few things might wake you up in the middle of the night the first time you climb under the covers inside an RV. Fearing that you forgot to engage the parking brake and are in danger of rolling down the hill to your death, for one. (You did, and you are.) Thinking someone left the light on in the bathroom and wondering whether that will drain the RV’s battery by morning. (They did, but it didn’t.) Hearing campers breaking the sacred “quiet after 9 p.m.” rule and imagining they’ll get busted. (They did.) Wondering if the bacon and eggs you bought for tomorrow morning’s breakfast are now, effectively, toast, because you’d been told that the fridge will mysteriously stop working if the RV is parked on even the slightest incline. (They are.)

Funny, Valerie Rains spent half her life dreaming about setting off in an RV for parts unknown and maintaining perfectly level appliances never once figured into the fantasy. To her, RVing was simply the ultimate escape route. Maybe that’s because her early family vacations revolved around campgrounds and car trips. Or maybe because buying an RV is the landlocked states’ version of saving up for a sailboat.It’s a vacation home wherever you want it, whenever you want it. It’s freedom and security in equal measure. It’s Lewis and Clark with a V-8 engine.

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