We couldn’t be more excited about our episode this week, Dispatches from an RV Newbie.
Our absolute favorite type of email to receive is from our listeners who have finally made the leap and bought their first RV. They tell us about how they found our podcast, all the rigs that they looked at, how they narrowed down their choices, and of course, all the fun adventures they have planned for the future.
These emails really do make us feel awesome about producing this weekly podcast.
So this fall we decided to reach out to one of those listeners who sent us an email last January, and see how that first season went for the family. Neil Potter was incredibly generous and agreed to come on the show, tell us about his story, and offer some tips for the RV newbie.
Neil starts at the beginning and tells us about how he originally got the RV bug and then he dishes on how he convinced his wife to go along with his seemingly crazy scheme. We think that hearing about Neil and Melissa’s journey will definitely help any of those listeners out there that are in the RV dreaming stage themselves. And for those of you that aren’t quite newbies anymore? This episode will bring back some fond memories, for sure.
In the second segment, Neil moves into the nitty gritty and gives some really solid, helpful tips to be more successful as an RV newbie. He talks about the importance of checklists, researching and learning your RV, and his love of Command Strips and Command Utility Hooks. We were so glad he mentioned these, since it took us a few years to discover the magic power of these super-sticky organizing miracles.
We are so thankful that Neil agreed to come on the show and share his dispatches from an RV newbie. We know that his family will have many, many more RV adventures in the future, and we look forward to hearing about them at RVFTA.
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See you at the campground!