What does a plant based chef do?
Some answers, and unsolicited advice:
We have an iPad that we can either use with a wifi signal, or pay for Verizon service at $20 per month. We start the Verizon service when a trip is coming up, and stop it when we get home.
The Natchez Trace and the Blue Ridge Parkway are motorhome-friendly drives. Each is a federally maintained north-south road of about 400 miles, 50 mph speed limit, no trucks. Not as spectacular as the national parks out west, but good roads to get familiar with your coach.
You know how when you see a sign warning you that a curve is coming and you should slow to 35, you figure that as long as the road is dry you can slip through it at 45 or 50? Stop doing that. Go 35.
Downshift going down steep hills. Use the same gear going down that you would have to use going up, and you won't overheat your brakes.
We don't hook up to city water. If there is a leak in your plumbing, city water will reward you with a soaked carpet. You onboard water pump will warn you of any leaks by running when it is not supposed to.
The national speed limit was 55 mph when your coach was built. It doesn't want to go much faster than that.
Enjoy your year...