“RV” stands for Really huge Vehicle

[R]eally huge [V]ehicle

[R]eally huge [V]ehicle

We’ve hired an RV for two weeks to explore Oregon and Washington. The thinking behind the choice was that it would save the unpacking every night and repacking every morning that we’d be forced to do if our road trip were done via car and hotels.

The RV is enormous. It’s 34’ long and 9’ wide.

But when it’s stationary, it gets even bigger. It has a chunk on either side that extends out of the body of the van and provides even more space inside.

It’s like driving a bus. For the first time ever, we check the heights of bridges and obey the speed limits on curves. We now have much more respect for bus drivers and how long it takes to manoeuvre one of these beasts.

This video shows Max shrinking the splay of his legs as the side extension comes back in.


About Natalie Gotts

I've been a management consultant, a nutritional therapist, a Journey practitioner and a mother. I've sold ostriches in China and personal safety devices in Hong Kong. Whatever I've done, and wherever I've been, I've written about it.
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1 Response to “RV” stands for Really huge Vehicle

  1. Paul Evans says:

    Looks great fun, it could be a travelling tennis court!

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