Part of the saving is not to have to pay for hotel rooms and be able to cook food and save on restaurants. For a family that will make some sense. But at 300 to 400 dollars a day it may not financially make it a good deal for you
each choice has its positives and negatives. I can fly for 150 bucks. Clearly the best way.
I can take the train, with a sleeper room, for 3k. I need the rv for two weeks. Will be curious to see what they charge if they ever call back.
I can't drive the rv for more than five hours a day, which just makes the trip long. If I owned the rv, who cares. But if the meter is running,
an expensive meter, not sure this works. With two people driving, easy to cut trip time in half. But not all by myself.
It's why the train ticket still has some attraction, one day of my time and I'm there.
older brother sent me article on Amtrak train stuck on siding due to a rail freight derailment. Pretty sure it was the AutoTrain, not the one
I ride. But could be same track. As long as i have my own room, and bathroom, and they keep feeding me (I for sure bring my own food too)
sooner or later train has to get there.
went to market, bought megamillions ticket, which would have been helpful with a full cart of food.
found boneless chicken breasts on sale, bought big package, split it up and froze the packages. Can always use chicken for something.
eggs, whooeeee. Do you remember me complaining that egg growers were getting shafted, as well as milk producers.
Well my 2.39 eggs are now 4.89 eggs per dozen. Keep laying mama at forty cents a piece...
I now have two full dozen eggs in fridge. Use some for muffins, and more home made breakfasts.
I'm told they hard boil better if they are a little old. How old?
am totally dysfunctional when it comes to boiling eggs. Supermarket wants a buck an egg for hard boiled. Versus 40 cents.
Hmmm, seems I really need to learn how to do this. Lot of home remedies here. One person told me to bake them. ??