The RV trips have been fun. Instead of paying for a hotel as you make the long drive from Omaha to Myrtle Beach, you simply stop at one of your favorite campsites. With friends at the campsites along the way and one grandmother traveling with you to help with the children, the trip has been manageable. So manageable, in fact, that this is the fifth summer you have made the trip.
Upon arriving at your destination, you set up home base under a large awning. Six lounge chairs, sand castle tools, plenty of sunscreen, a heavy duty four wheel wagon to haul the food, bogey boards, inflatables, and a battery operated pump to and from the RV, and the three week vacation is all set.
In spite of the great weather and the kid’s excitement, however, it all seems like a little too much work. After th