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This page I wrote for my old rv website RVforSaleGuide.com before developing the Vanabode as the best travel vehicle for cheap easy long term road trips. People still like big rv's despite the much greater cost and trouble to operate, so here's what I know about them.
RV family vacation visiting Jason's aunt, uncle, and cousins in Buford, Georgia, near of Atlanta. Carol fixed us a fabulous lunch spread and then she drove us around town and to Lake Lanier to walk the doggies. For dinner we met up with Bill Jr., his girlfriend, and Andrew, Carol's husband, for dinner. Buford sits along the southern edge of Lake Lanier which is part of the Chattahoochee River. This is a very popular lake for boaters and the surrounding area for hiking and parks. The lake, shoreline and islands equal 58,000 acres in northern Georgia.
Above: Picture of Jason's Aunt Marie and Uncle Bill. This photo was taken in their beautiful flowering backyard. Their dog loves getting in the backyard fountain for a quick cool down.
Above: Jason's cousin, Carol and her husband have the Lorikeet and a beautiful Koi pond in their backyard.
Above: Picture of Jason's cousin Bill, Jr. I think this picture was taken after our run at a nearby park.
Above: Jason's relatives took us to Tanglewood Petting Farm near Buford. This was a lot of fun being able to get up close to the animals and feed them occasionally. The park was very shady everywhere which made it much more comfortable to walk around for hours interacting with the animals.
During our week with Jason's family we did a little bit of everything around in Buford. I went on two different runs with the cousins. Carol, Bill Jr., and I went on a run through a park one afternoon and then Carol, Andy and I went running on a pristine running path through trees and large grassy areas one evening. From the house we all took a short walk to a park with ponds, soccer fields and playgrounds one sunny afternoon. We also went to the three story, 2.2 million square foot, Mall of Georgia which expands to a controlled outdoor village with streets, stores, restaurants, and outdoor entertainment in Buford Georgia.
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