Sunday, August 03, 2008

RVers focus on smiles per gallon

Jody and Kathy McCollum heard all the talk about rising gas prices and travelers staying close to home this summer. They looked at their 37-foot-long motor home, which gets about eight miles per gallon and costs more than $300 to fill up.

Then they got in and drove away.

“People always say, ‘Oh my god, how can you afford it?’” said Mr. McCollum, a Springfield Township father of four whose RV logged 2,200 miles on a vacation to the East Coast in June. The real question, he said, ought to be, “How can we afford to fly and get a hotel?”
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