Congrats for sure but let’s slow down there Mr. Smileypants Happyguy!
I know your RV looks ready and the salesman told you it’s a high quality, defect free work of art and insisted you get it on the road immediately.
There’s a reason he wants you to get it on the road. In fact, he’s praying right now that you get it far, far away for your first few weeks.
It’s for when (not if) things start falling off and/or discovered inoperable, defective, deficient, missing or downright wrong, you’re too far away to beat him up. Or at least far enough away for the drive to calm you from a Felony assault to a misdemeanor Texas ass whooping.
Take that beautiful rig just a few miles up the road and use it.
Exercise everything, open everything, close everything, turn on everything, work everything. Do it in dry camp, wet camp, hooked up, under tow, level and unlevel. Live in it, fix what you can, list what you can’t and enjoy the short road to the shop versus the stranded in the Mojave surrounded by fire ants…..
TLDR: You don’t need to drive 1,000 miles to find the factory bugs. Stay near the house and commit to flight prepping for the first few trips, versus giddy for holiday. That mindset makes the “interruptions in enjoyment” more tolerable.
Congrats! And enjoy man .
Congratulations! Hope you have a great time out and about.
Beauty of a rig! Take care and enjoy!
Congrats!!! On the new adventure….My wife and I have been on the road for 2 years and have been loving every minute of it. Both work virtually
Congrats hope yall enjoy it, nice rig and truck too those l5p’s are beasts