I’ve learned my lesson now, and I’m ready to settle down for the long run. When I was younger, though, I knew I wasn’t destined to sit roots in any town. I’m a wandering spirit at heart, and I just can’t seem to settle down. I do prefer to readily travel, and while my family can’t comprehend my wanderlust, I can’t see myself buying a beach house in any city. With my innate urge to travel in mind, I made a point to save as much cash as I possibly could each day from a young age. By my early twenties, I was able to put down a pretty major down payment on a used Winnebago. After buying it, I continued and worked for another multiple months to save as much as I could for my trips. By that time, it was late March, and I’d given my multiple weeks notice of my departure to my supervisor. With my travel budget prepared, and months of free time set firmly ahead, I was so pumped to get out on the road and do some traveling! There was really only one problem: my little RV had the very worst air conditioner component I’ve ever had to deal with. Imagine riding around each and every in a car with busted air conditioner. Now, imagine that same uncomfortable, sticky feeling that covers your body in a place where you sleep! Needless to say, I had to make one last important purchase before I could hit the road. I searched online to find an air conditioner component which would be compatible with my RV, and I was able to find a component for sale already at an RV parts store not too far from where I live! While I honestly felt like I could handle installing the unit, I asked the men at the store at that point if they could help me install the unit. I didn’t want to take any chances on the AC, because if I had one more bump in the road before I got to beginning traveling, I felt like I was going to lose my mind!