My DW is an excellent cook, so she plans out our meals and makes sure that everything she needs is loaded prior to departure. One of the nicest things for me is not having to pull over to find a decent restaurant or clean restroom. Actually, why would I take my house with me and not take advantage of it?
Jon & Chris Everton
1986 40' Dog House #86
0 hp 8V92 Allison HT740
Soon to be 500hp ISM with ZF 6 Speed
We fulltime so most meals are planned and we shop as needed like we did when we didn't live in a home on wheels. (about once a week) Living on the road traveling you can easily pull into a Walmart and pickup some groceries on the way to your next destination. We also like stopping into farmers markets all over the country. http://www.luxurycoachlifestyle.com/...ling-road.html
We eat at home quite a bit Leeann is a great cook. We do live on a budget. So when we eat out we like to go to (Happy Hour)A lot of restaurants have happy hours so we can eat for less and they have 2 for 1 drinks.
__________________ Randy and Leeann Jagger
1991 Newell Coach
2011 Jeep Wrangler Sahara
"If I lose today, I can look forward to winning tomorrow, and if I win today, I can expect to lose tomorrow. A sure thing is no fun.”
"Sometimes I pretend to be Normal. But it gets boring. So I go back to being me." lol!
Randy the wife and I do the same. Happy hours are a great time to take advantage of drink specials. We sometimes get an appetizer with the drinks and its enough for our evening meal. Other times we will share a meal because whenever we order our own meals we end up bringing back leftovers.
Location: When in the Newell it changes. Home: Oregon
We love having a cookout, potluck or a celebration dinner with friends. We make our shopping list with easy to prepare meals. When it's just the two of us we male it healthy but quick in simple. We get a little more extravagant if it's for a cookout etc.
We buy before a trip and also along the way. Depending where we are going and how long we plan to be traveling. The nice thing about traveling on the road is you don’t have to buy all of your groceries at supermarkets or big chain stores like Walmart . We like to buy food and other necessities at thrift bakeries, discount stores, dollar stores, church and charity bazaars, flea markets, roadside veggie stands, canning plants, and u-pick orchards.
Wally & Barbie Zimmerman
Colorado Springs, Colorado
1979 Classic Newell Coach
1967 Ford Mustang
1969 Chevrolet El Camino SS