Holiday traditions never go out of style in the RV cruising community


RV Snowbirds throughout the southern California desert communities decked their dashboards and trimmed the hitches of the motorhomes during this holiday season, states an article written by Rebecca Walsh in The Desert Sun, posted on Christmas morning.

“The RV community is by definition a nomadic one, but that doesn’t mean that Christmas traditions get left behind along with the heavy furniture and the permanent address. But there is definitely some scaling back that comes with the cruising lifestyle,” wrote Walsh.

Read the full article by clicking on: “RVers hit the road for the holidays.”

Photo: Sandy and Brian Gotwalt of Virginia have Christmas lights on their recreational vehicle at Indian Wells RV Park in Indio. Wade Byars/The Desert Sun

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