We had a great time on our trip to the Carolinas. Kira gets to blog about all of the “fun” stuff, I’ll wrap things up with all of the logistical stuff. This trip we drove a little over 2,700 miles. Which is about half of what some of our other trips have been in the past. We stayed in 6 different campgrounds, and spent a little over $850 in fuel.
Our towing route (actual stops we made towing the camper) was 2,209 miles. On the way out, we went through Atlanta, which honestly wasn’t too bad. However, on the way back we decided to stay a little further south and go through Montgomery. The map below has all of our RV parks that we stayed on it, along with other interesting places that we saw on this trip. You can expand the map for more detail by clicking in the top right hand corner.
We had no mechanical issues with the truck, but we had a minor issue with the weight distribution hitch that I noticed when we got to Tuscaloosa on the way home. One of the bolts that holds the hitch on had sheered off. We got up early the next morning, and had a local truck accessory shop weld a stud back on. We were on the road headed back home by 9:00 am.
Overall this was a fantastic trip with just the 5 of us. It honestly made it very memorable for us. While we enjoy traveling with our travel partners, this one could possibly be Logan’s last “big” trip with us, so it was nice that it was just the 5 of us for 15 days.
We hope you enjoyed following along. Until next time.