When I was much younger, I knew I wasn’t destined to lay roots in any town for many years. I’m a wandering spirit, plus I just can’t seem to settle down at this point. I do enjoy to travel, plus while our family can’t sit and accept our wanderlust, I can’t see myself buying a cabin in any city. With our urge to travel right in the forefront of my mind, I made a point to save as much currency as I possibly could those days from a young age. By our early twenties, I was even able to put down a major down payment on a used Winnebago. After buying it for myself, I worked for another more than one weeks to save as much as I could for adventures. By that time, it was late April, plus I’d given our more than one weeks notice at that point to our director. With our travel budget prepared, plus weeks of free time laying ahead, I was so pumped to get out on the road plus do some lone traveling! There was only one problem: our little RV had the worst a/c onboard I’ve ever had to deal with. Imagine riding around in a car with busted air conditioner all the time. Now, imagine that same uncomfortable, sticky feeling in a arena where you also have to sleep! Needless to say, I had to make one last minute purchase before I could hit the road. I searched online to find an a/c that was compatible with our current RV, plus I was able to find a unit for sale at an RV parts store which was not too far from where I live! While I felt enjoy I could handle installing the unit myself, I asked the gentlemen at the store if they could help myself and others install the cooling unit. I didn’t want to take any chances, because at that time, if I had one more bump in the road before I got to start traveling, I was sure I was going to lose our mind!