We have dreamt many years before actually purchasing our first Rig in 2002, it was like a dream come true when we finally did it,if one does not dream it will not happen,if he dreams it might happen-in our case it HAPPENED.
Since 2002 we are RVing every summer for 4-5 months ,at the end of each trip we store the rig and fly home for the winter just to pick it from there in the next summer to explore new to us destinations.
Till now we always explored new places without repeating the same route,we enjoy nature,hiking,natural hot pools,history,water falls and meeting people.
We just completed our 14th RV trip that started in Salida CO (that is where the rig spent its winter) ,made our way to North Colorado-Utah-Nevada ending the trip in Palmdale CA.
All the adventures can be seen in my recent post ,just scroll down whenever you like to read and see the pictures.
One of our concerns is where to leave the rig at the end of each trip,it can be in a C.G that has storage,in a RV/Boat storage or on friends property and here I have to go back to winter 2014 when I planed the trip .
We had to store the rig next to L.A and use the towns International airports to fly out/in,so I was looking for a storage place on the net and found out that California is way to expensive in many ways including RV storage (6-7 months…) so I posted on the RV forum a question and was happily surprised to receive an invitation from Fred to store the rig next to his on his property.
It was a perfect solution and I have no words to thank Fred and Carol for their kind invitation.
Later in the evening they enjoyed tasting some of the Israeli food Shula has prepared that included Humus,Tahini,Falafel and Salad.
Fred & Carol left for 4 days camping with friends and we took of to L.A with the truck to visit family and friends.
Our first visit was with Shula’s cousin Rony and his wife ,we had a lot catching up to do and while they went to work we drove to San Gabriel Mountains and explored the area that was still misty from the fire and it was difficult to see L.A from the high mountains.
In the evening we had a great time eating at a Japanese restaurant in Venice Beach.