Monday, September 08, 2008

Living in an RV may not be endless vacation, but comes close

Frank and Sereida Kopitskie have watched herds of buffalo roaming the plains in South Dakota's Custer State Park, toured the city of New Orleans in the days before Hurricane Katrina and paid their respects at Abraham Lincoln's burial site in Springfield, Illinois.

And they did it all without giving up any of the comforts of home.

The Kopitskies are RVers, a growing subculture of travelers who prefer to take it all with them when they go. While summer vacation has ended for most people, massive recreation vehicles containing full kitchens, bedrooms and bathrooms continue to line the highways, whisking their owners away on another adventure at a moment's notice.

The Kopitskies, both former scout masters from Old Bridge, Middlesex County, have been feeding their love of the outdoors for more than 40 years. They started out with tents, then worked their way up through pop-up campers and trailers until they finally gave in and purchased an RV.

Now the couple travels the country at will. They lock up their house sometimes for weeks, sometimes for months and hit the road.
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