Pat and I realized our need for information in this enterprise we’re trying to embark upon, so we drove up from Baltimore to Hershey, Pennsylvania. Aside from being the chocolate capital of the U.S. and the home of one of the better theme parks on the East Coast, Hershey also plays host, yearly, to what is billed as “America’s Largest RV Show.” I admit that I have nothing to compare it to since this was my first RV show, but it looked pretty big to me. Many, many RVs of all stripes, price ranges and levels of luxury were stuffed into a vast parking lot as close as common sense would allow. Everybody in the RV world seemed to be there, including
campgrounds and RV parks from distant states all vying for attention from the many visitors. At $10 a day for admittance it was a pretty cheap education in RV tech, and I walked away with most, if not all, of my questions answered. We’re staying overnight nearby and adding a second day to our adventure.