In this episode, we give you our move day and road trip tips on keeping your kiddos (and yourself) happy. Our road trips in the Jeep can be a couple of hours to all day in the car. Many of our road trips are going to a Jeep trail, so that’s even longer in the Jeep. Our move days can be from an hour to five hours. We have even had a couple of nine-hour days, and that’s a long time driving in an RV.
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Links for move day tips
First, I would like to point out that we try to stay at spots anywhere from a week to a month in one location. We are not moving the RV every day. To be honest, we don’t have a lot of one-week stays.
Our goal for move days is to keep the move less than 4 hours days. We use RV Trip Wizard and they have a great tool that allows you to put in how far you would like to go and see a radius on the map. Our settings allow us to choose between 100, 15, and 200 miles.
Tony and I love to listen to books as we drive. Here are a few of our favorites.
- Terminal List Book Series by Jack Carr
- Tier One Series by Brian Andrews and Jeffrey Wilson
- The Mitch Rapp Saga by Vince Flynn
- The Survivalist by Arthur T. Bradley
- The Survivalist Series by A. AMERICAN
We bought the DVD players on Amazon. I’m linking to them even though it says “Currently Unavailable” because I’m sure it will be back. I would recommend finding one that you can watch different movies or the same movie at teh same time, the girls use both options equally.
Links for road trip tips
Camco 41541 Portable Travel Toilet – 5.3 Gallon, White – We love this toilet so much! Just use some of the RV septic cleaner that you use as your main cleaner in this toilet to keep the smells down.