When I was younger, I knew I wasn’t destined to lay roots in any town. I’m a wandering spirit, and I just can’t seem to settle down. I do love to travel, and while my family can’t stand my wanderlust, I can’t see myself buying a house in any city. With my urge to travel in mind, I made a point to save as much money as I possibly could from a young age. By my early twenties, I was able to put down a major down payment on a used Winnebago. After buying it, I worked for another two months to save as much as I could. By that time, it was late April, and I’d given my two weeks notice to my employer. With my travel budget prepared, and months of free time ahead, I was so pumped to get out on the road and do some traveling! There was only one problem: my little RV had the worst air conditioner I’ve ever had to deal with. Imagine riding around in a car with busted air conditioning. Now, imagine that same uncomfortable, sticky feeling in a place where you sleep! Needless to say, I had to make one last purchase before I could hit the road. I searched online to find an air conditioner that was compatible with my RV, and I was able to find a unit for sale at an RV parts store not too far from where I live! While I felt like I could handle installing the unit, I asked the guys at the store if they could help me install the unit. I didn’t want to take any chances, because if I had one more bump in the road before I got to start traveling, I was going to lose my mind!