Hello fellow bloggers. Welcome to Trivia Tuesday. Today, I’m sharing a few fun facts about what else, RVing.
Spring is in the air. Winter is losing it’s blustery cold grip to longer, sun-drenched days which means folks are turning their attention to planning their vacations. Shed the winter doldrums, de-winterize the RV, and hit the road.
Did you know?
- In 1910, there were few gas stations, few paved roads and no highway system. But there were RVs. 1910 is the year that America’s leading RV historians David Woodworth, Al Hesselbart and Roger Whiten cite as the beginning of what has become the modern RV industry. Source: The Birth of the RV Industry
2. The 1913 Earl Trailer and Model T-Ford is believed to be the oldest non-tent travel trailer.
3. A unique unit built in California on the back of a Model T Ford roadster. A novel feature is multiple slide-outs on this vintage model. Possibly the first fifthwheel?
A 1915 Model T with a 1916 Telescope Apartment.
4. Travel Trivia Game For RVers
This unique board game celebrates the RV lifestyle. Players “travel to the rally”. The first person (or team) there wins! Supposedly, the more you know about America, travel, and the RV lifestyle, the faster you’ll reach the rally site and win the game. But just like real life, there are lots of unexpected delays and hazards you will encounter along the way.
5.. More fun facts about RVing and camping.
Be safe and enjoy the open road in your RV!