Like most of the rest of you, we used to do a two or three week trip once a year and then fill in with some regular and long weekends. We really only have 6 months of "good" camping where we are unless you like camping in the snow. Last year was our first " big" year of camping after I retired two years ago. We did a 3 month trip from where we live to the Arctic Ocean at Deadhorse return as well as a lot of side trips in AK and YT. Trip of a lifetime. This year is more " local". Did a two week trip on the Oregon coast, have three weeks booked in the interior and a month on Vancouver Island for September. So lots of camping but all within 6 hours of home. We are in the midst of planning 2017 ( all being well). It will be a three month trip to Canadian east coast, Newfoundland and New England states at least as far as Martha's Vineyard and the Cape. Our winter plan is February and March somewhere warm in the desert but realizing a lot of it is already booked now 6 months from when we will be going so still working on that one. Sorry to ramble one. I guess what I'm saying , get as many nights a year in as you can and look forward to retirement when you will be able to really stretch it out. As others have pointed out, the nice thing is that our "weekend" trips are now Monday to Thursday.😊 Head home on Thursday AM before the weekend craziness starts.
Floyd & Carolyn
2012 F150 S/crew 4X4 6.2L 6Spd Tow Max Firestone airbags.
2011 28RKS Wildcat. Yamaha 3000iseb Generator.
2013 22 nights.2014 57 nights.2015 116 nights +14300KM
2016. 63 nights