Fill Your Bucket
Do you have a “bucket list”? Although the term may seem to be overused, Oxford Dictionaries offer this simple definition: “a number of experiences or achievements that a person hopes to have or accomplish during their lifetime”, which seems like a premise we should all aspire to have. I just returned from just such an adventure with six great friends and the experience made me realize the importance of making sure to you fill your bucket. What do you want to do? What do you want to see? Just do it. Figure out how to make it happen now. As you check items off your list, not only will you have a great story to tell, you will also gain memories that will last a lifetime.
In this issue we hope you find some new adventures that will help you accomplish an item on your list. Have you always wanted to visit the redwoods in California? Or to do a tour in wine country? Read how to do them both in this issue.
We bring you many great places to take your RV along for the ride this October. Gord Baron tells a great story on the beauty of the waterfront in Comox, BC and Editor-in-Chief,
Perry Mack and his wife, Cindy, tell us all about the easy living in Palm Springs.
We also bring you news on how to keep your RV in top shape while you are traveling to these great locales. Prepping Your Tires for the trip South, Protecting Your Investment,
Save Money on Your Phone Bill and 5 Steps to Better Gas Mileage will all help you take some everyday worries out of your travel experience.
Some other exciting destinations we’ve included for you are about top spots in Florida, Arizona, California and Oregon. We think you while find your hidden gem in at least one of these states.
I think we all have a bucket list — whether it is in your head or written down on paper — there are dreams we all want to accomplish or fill. I hope this issue either helps you tick an item off your list or else adds something to the list you never knew you wanted to do. We’ll see you back here in November. Tell us more about you by sending us a photo, writing an email or visiting us online. See page 78 for more info.