Have you been an RVer wannabee for a long time? Afraid to give RVing a try? I was like that too. Starting from the mid-1990s I wanted to be an RVer. All that I did was subscribe to "MotorHome" magazine. When the magazine arrived, I read the stories and looked at the pictures. Never thought that I could really do it!
It took getting really sick to get me on the road. After a long cure from cancer, I knew that I could do it. Because after all that, I knew that I had nothing to lose. Actually, I could have been an RVer years ago, if I had the guts. It took me getting sick to get the guts. Get the perspective.
Baby steps. That's all it really takes to get started. Go visit an RV dealer. Walk around and look at what's available. Sit in the seat of an RV and imagine yourself driving down the road going on your own first adventure!
June 7, 2003
3PM - Visiting Valle de Juarez
Tioga and I went off on our own this afternoon. We are in the Pueblo Valle de Juarez which is only 3km east of the RV Park. Valle de Juarez is a quiet, very clean town. Fairly prosperous, from the look of it.
One of the notable features of Valle de Juarez is the lake at the edge of town. There is a lovely lake-side walk with a little park. We stayed at this park for a few hours. Just wonderful!
Location: Hacienda Contreras RV Park
Elevation: 1957 meters