Always-summer,  United States

Ride for free in the USA with the Always Summer RV!

Hello fellow travelers!
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We are super excited. We just rented for two weeks an RV to do the legendary route 66 from Chicago to Los Angeles 🙂

If you are spontaneous enough you can join us too.
Transport, sleep and two home cooked meals per day, breakfast and dinner!
Make sure you follow one of our social media channels:
Our trip will start on the 14th of February in Chicago and will end on the 28th of February in Los Angeles.
Just tell us from where you want to join us, anywhere on our route and we will come and pick you up. The estimated stopovers and dates are:
14th of February-leave from Glenn Ellin-Chicago to Indianapolis 
15th and 16th St Louis
17th and 18th Tulsa and Oklahoma City area 
19th and 20th Santa Fe and Albuquerque area
21th and 22nd Flagstaff and Grand Canyon Area
23rd and 24th Las Vegas and Death Valley
25th to 28th Los Angeles area and coast

Why we do this?
Because we love to travel and we want to share this with our friends and followers.
We are a couple that travels around the world six months per year, passionate about photography and doing travel videos.

What’s included
-pick you up along our route
-drop you off after 3 days along our route
-accommodation in the RV for 2 nights, transport, gas, road taxes
-home cooked breakfast and dinner. We love to cook and to share 🙂

What are your responsibilities?

Most importantly, you have to be a nice person 🙂
You have to bring your own linens and/or sleeping bag
You are responsible for your return trip/Lunch. You can buy food from the groceries store we stop or at the restaurants along the way.

It’s a non-smoking trip, so we prefer if you wouldn’t be a smoker. Also, if you snore, you will sleep outside:P

Please sign-up here asap and we will let you know if you were selected by the 14th of February. If you plan to join us after the 20th of February we will keep some spots open for a few more days.

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