Bring Christmas to your campsite!
Ever since Cousin Eddie proudly professed "that there's an RV, Clark," I've wanted to buy an RV and hit the road for Christmas – perhaps, not in the fashion of Eddie, but in a cleaner more considerate way. I mean, think about it, you could spend a few days cozied up in the RV, see places you've never seen, have your own space when you arrive at your destination, and you don't have to deal with the circus that is the airport. And that had me thinking: if I were to ever do that, it wouldn't be complete without a Christmas theme, so how should I decorate the RV? Well, after a quick internet search, I found these five gems that I'll definitely become part of my grand scheme once Santa finally gets me that RV I have on my wishlist.
Palm Trees Are Always a Nice Touch
For some reason, I've always liked the idea of a warm Christmas. Think Christmas in Hawaii, and the palm trees remind me of that so those are definitely going on the list.
Miles and Miles ... of Wires
I've got to commend them for making their RV part of this display. There's probably a light for every mile traveled in that rig!
This Is Just Legendary.
I am not worthy to even be in the presence of this Winnebago Family Truckster rolling work of art.
Sometimes You Just Got to Keep It Simple
It's just enough to make you smile.
Where's the Reindeer?
Not sure if they intended to be Christmas-y, but if it were me, I'd get some light up reindeer and call it a day!
What are your thoughts? Have you ever decorated your RV? Let us know in the comments below!
Featured image: "Cassanta -- Down the Chimney She Went" 1956 Rainbow, Chris Hart