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I have been compiling frequently asked questions I receive and this one never fails to put a grin on my face – “What about Thanksgiving dinner?”
Yes, you can actually have traditional Thanksgiving dinner prepared in a RV. We have dinner with all the trimmings every year and even end up with a few days of leftovers. Although in order to get them all back in the refrigerator, we must eat an extra piece of pumpkin pie! Well… that’s my excuse and I’m sticking to it. 🙂
We usually find a nice 10-12 pound turkey, which is perfect for our microwave/convection oven. We know RVers who also deep-fry (outside, of course) or use crock pots and roasters for their turkeys. Although most RV parks and resorts will put on pot lucks or special dinners during the holidays, it is nice to have a bird of your own on board! 😉
UPDATE Nov. 18: Decided to pick a “heavy-weight” this year – shoved a whole 18-pounder in the RV refrigerator today. Leftovers anyone? 😉
Well, it seems like only yesterday we pulled the rig into our winter home site… oh yes, it was only yesterday! 🙂
After a very very busy summer and a rather exciting haul to Texas, I find myself falling behind in everything from silly forwards clogging the inbox to posting here. I apologize to those who emailed me with “Where are you?” and “Did you give up RVing?” emails. It’s just been a rather busy year. Quite frankly, I’m surprised we are already headed for December and 2010!
So I promise to post more in the weeks ahead. After all, you need to know about our crazy search for RV tires, our disappointment in Camping World (the one in Roanoke), tropical storm Ida and all the latest campground news!
I also will try to get caught up on campground reviews and posting photos. And for those who wanted more “inside” information on workamping – I’ll be sure to post more pieces regarding the lifestyle.
Meanwhile, I wish everyone a very Happy Thanksgiving holiday! 🙂