Dust everywhere...it's not that I mind the dust so much, it's that it's inside everything and no matter how often you dust, it comes right back.
Campgrounds with too many rules...not that we break the rules (okay, so sometimes Stu parks the bikes on the grass) but it's the fact that they feel they have to have so many. A couple of campgrounds are off our list permanently due to inane rules and way too many of them.
Campgrounds with breed and weight specific rules for dogs....'nuff said - it's discrimination. I understand about the legal and insurance aspect, but I still don't like it!
Not being close to ALL our family...of course that's not an RVing thing since they are spread across the country. LOL!
Expensive campgrounds...we avoid them, they are mostly the upper end parks with amenities that we will never use. But there are some that aren't upper end and charge WAY too much for what you get. Sometimes you are forced into using them due to location, but we do try to avoid them as much as possible.
Things I love about RVing...
Doesn't take long to clean the rig...heck, I think we're about 200sf...LOL!
Don't like the weather? Move. Don't like your neighbors? Move. Bored with the area? Move.
The people...you meet the nicest people RVing. I have made so many friends over the past couple of years. Most were initially online friends and after meeting in person have become real life friends.
The ability to travel this gorgeous country of ours...there is none other like it! I never get tired sightseeing.
Have a husband who can do everyday repairs...this is not only handy but saves us money. I am so fortunate to have a hubby with such wonderful skills. I remember being solo and having to pay to get anything and everything done!
The only thing that pops into my mind is wishing we had a car, something like a Jeep. If the weather is bad or if we just don't feel like riding the motorcycles, we have to take the Freightliner...at 9 mpg that's not real cost effective. A Jeep would be great for taking more dirt roads when we are sightseeing...something we avoid with the motorcycles.
Just a few of the things off the top of my head...what are YOUR likes and dislikes? What would YOU change?
Till next time - keep on rollin',
Donna and Stu