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We’ve been scouring the California RV Show for the past week (yea, it’s a very long show) looking for the new, the noteworthy and the “Best Of” the 2015 RV selection. Every year it seems the RV industry takes a step towards the 21st century and this year is no different; with transitional spaces, cabinets that cleverly turn into desks, skylights that open up to the stars and even high end luxury without looking like Vegas threw up (don’t worry, they have that too)!
We’ve handpicked 11 of the Best 2015 RVs that have loads of cool features and amenities worth checking out, but to keep the video from becoming a half hour snorefest we’ve selected only a few of our favorite items from each rig. If you’re looking to upgrade, or buy your first RV, this is a good place to start your search.
Deep in the Hoosier National Forest, less than one mile in from highway 446 and just a short drive from downtown Bloomington, Indiana is the Charles C. Deam Wilderness area that’s full of free camping. The Blackwell Horsecamp is where we ended up parking our RV for a week of quiet wild camping (or at least that’s what we thought). It’s a beautiful wilderness area that was dedicated in 1982 and encompasses almost 13,000 acres of National Forest Land.
I travel with a full array of kitchen gadgets that range from a bread maker to a food processor. However, the beauty of most RV’s is they come standard with some pretty nifty gadgets that make cooking a snap…such as a convection oven. If you don’t know what a convection oven is or how it works, watch this:
If this is the first Composting Toilet Video and Article you’ve come across I would suggest you read and watch some of our other more introductory articles first: www.gonewiththewynns.com/all-composting-toilet/
We begrudgingly canceled all of it. Then, wouldn’t you know, the storms hit as promised everywhere but Knoxville (we did get some rain, and an overnight tornado warning which provided some excitement).
Bright eyed and bushy tailed, we awoke to the full glory of the sun and absolutely no plans. So, we set out on a new mission. We wanted to find out what makes Knoxville tick…and here is what we found:
We find ourselves in the midst of one of the world’s greatest natural wonders and our minds are blown. The fine grains of white sand are wavering across the desert floor and we’re frozen, as if our brains can’t compute what our senses are experiencing. There’s no poetic verses flowing out of our mouths, no heightened sense of enlightenment, not even fantasies of Arabian royalty riding past on well adorned horses…it’s just the one simple word playing over and over: Unbelievable.
So without further ado here’s where we dish the dirt about our home on wheels.