I haven't added to my Why-Why Not page for a long time. The following thoughts will be copied there.
One of the reasons I want us to be full-timing for a couple of years is because I want to spend longer periods of time exploring the wonderful places our country has to offer.
I spent some time looking at the Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Park areas on the internet. There is so much to do and see, I would want to take at least a month or more to do it.
I also looked at how far it is from our home in California, and the many great places there would be to stop and explore on the way.
Sure we could just drive there in a couple of days, blast thru the parks and see the highlights in a week or two, and drive back. But what a waste! How much better it would be to take an entire summer just exploring Wyoming and Idaho.
Same with Utah, Grand Canyon, Arizona. Far to much to see in a just a few weeks. I'd love to be there this fall and winter, but we have a bathroom to remodel. Spring? The third bathroom is on the must do list!
Craig says he would like to go to the Keys in Florida for a month or more some winter. Considering how far it is from California, we would have to be full-timing to make it worthwhile.
We were just out for three weeks. I would have loved to have headed North to the Olympic Peninsula in Washington instead of South back to the Bay area.
Oh well, another time. Another trip.
For now I pondering what to add to the four nights at Yosemite in September. I don't want to go further South, as into the Death Valley, or East to Mammoth or Mono Lake because I'm thinking possible going to Death Valley and the Eastern side of the Sierra's in January after a visit in San Diego for Christmas.
We've been to Lake Tahoe. Perhaps a few days in "Gold Country" would be nice.
I'm very open to suggestions.