Being a Class C means it feels more like a regular vehicle ... the front wheels are in front of you, not underneath you like in a Class A. It all was perfectly comfortable, so we took off. I planned on just going a couple of freeway exits then stop and give the reigns back to Jim. But, I just kept on going. I drove thru Cleveland with big city traffic and cloverleaf freeway exchanges. Then, on the other side of town there was construction. It seems like I always get construction when I'm driving!
|Chris finally drives. This rig is just as easy and much more comfortable than the last one.|
|Why do I always get the construction?! @#$@#|
This is the Thousand Trails that is east of Cleveland ... Kenisee Lakes. If you ever go there, make sure to follow the directions in the book because a regular GPS will take you on a road with a low clearance bridge:
|Low Clearance bridge on the way to Kenisee Lakes Thousand Trails. This picture taken on a car ride! We took an alternate route with the RV.|
Once we pulled in, I lucked out and didn't need to back into a site since there was a pull-thru, 50Amp site available. Piece of Cake!
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