Take your life (and learning!) on the road.

Take your life (and learning!) on the road.

What better time than now?

With virtual learning and extended work from home policies in place for the foreseeable future, families are rethinking all things fall and planning for disruption. Commute times, school calendars, and family sports schedules have taken on new meanings (or have been removed altogether). But it’s not all bad!

“Many [Americans] are happier, more efficient and want to hang onto the benefits when the pandemic ends.” (Cramer, Maria and Zaveri, Mihir. (2020, May 5). What if You Don’t Want to Go Back to the Office? The New York Times.)

Working from home has provided new flexibility for many, allowing for more time to exercise, spend time with family, and take on new hobbies. The summer vacation season can be extended, and families can travel while staying connected to both work and school.

With the opportunity of e-learning at hand, “there are fewer chances of students missing out on classes, as they can access easily anytime from the comfort of their home.” (Pinto, Ryan. (2020, June 15). E-learning: The Advantages and Challenges. Entrepreneur.) This case can also be made with e-learning on the road. 

 

E-Learning Can Happen Anywhere

 

“E-learning can happen in any place, as long as there is a device and connectivity. A physical class requires the student to come to school but in this mode, the student can access lessons sitting anywhere in the world.” (Pinto, Ryan. (2020, June 15). E-learning: The Advantages and Challenges. Entrepreneur.) Not only does this permit flexibility to work from anywhere in the US, without falling behind in school, but it also allows children to take in the rich history of different cities all over the country.

With the understanding that working and learning on the road makes individuals and families happier and more fulfilled, why not work with the best views from all over the United States?

Take your life on the road this fall. Experience New England in all her glory as the leaves turn, or make the trip down to Blue Water Keys RV Resort and work while overlooking the Atlantic.

Make the most of your fall. What better time than now?

 

Meet the Mehigans!

Meet the Mehigans!

Meet the Mehigans!

This summer, Nina and John Mehigan took their kids, including the family dog, on the road to explore the spectacular US sights. “We came to Goss RV as first-time RVers. We knew we wanted to take a family vacation with our 3 children, twin 8-year-olds and a 6-year-old, this summer, and while googling RV trips, I stumbled across Goss RV. The website and Instagram were beautiful and professional, so I thought I would give them a call. And the rest is history as they say!” said Nina about booking her family’s journey with Goss RV.

Goss RV’s team of dedicated trip planners navigated the new COVID-19 guidelines across the country, including openings and location closures, to customize the best itinerary for their family. From routes to travel to which RV parks to encamp, to excursions at each US national park, Goss RV helped plan their trip from start to finish.

 

“From the time I called to booking our trip and traveling, Goss RV took care of us in every detail. The trip planning team put together an amazing itinerary for the Canyons tour, and the excursions we booked with them were phenomenal to say the least. They also helped us extend our trip when we weren’t ready to leave!”  

Where they Traveled

With several ideas in mind, the Mehigan family decided to tour the canyons of the US. As first-time RVers, they set out on a 10-day journey out west with the goal of an unforgettable family vacation. In early June, the Mehigans departed for Utah from their home in California.

During their trip, they stayed at a variety of RV parks, their favorite being Zion Ponderosa Ranch. The resort offers amenities, such as a personal firepit, a pool and jacuzzi, and a sports center, while campground activities included, zip lining, skeet shooting, rock climbing and more.

 

While in Utah, they explored Zion National Park and Bryce Canyon National Park. During their time at Bryce Canyon the Mehigans marveled at the four main viewpoints, Bryce Point, Inspiration Point, Sunset Point, and Sunrise Point. Towards the end of their time at Bryce Canyon, they participated in a guided ATV tour, where they ventured out to lesser known parts of the region, including winding drives through Ponderosa Pine forests to the rim of the canyon.

 

Throughout the trip, Goss RV’s service team was sure to check in on the Mehigans to make sure their time on the road was running smoothly. “Their drivers service team gave us a thorough driving orientation to teach us how to handle such a big coach, and the tech team was with us throughout the trip to ensure we were comfortable with the many buttons, lights, fluid, etc.”

As they ventured on to Arizona, the family stayed at Wahwheap RV park and visited Antelope Canyon and Lake Powell, where they went on gorgeous day hikes and cruised the lake. During their stay at Wahwheap, they also ventured out to Glen Canyon and visited Rainbow Bridge, the highest natural bridge in the world.

Towards the end of their trip, Nina and John took their kids to Grand Canyon National Park. Throughout their time there, they took the kids on many stunning, private and self-guided hikes, walked the South Rim to the Rim Trail, and rode bikes, from Bright Angel Bicycles, to end their adventure in the canyons.

On their trip home to California, they were already planning their next family RV trip. “We cannot give this trip high enough marks! We are already planning to go to Yellowstone next year. Thank you for an unforgettable family vacation! We can’t wait to be back on the road.”

A Viable Self-Contained Travel Option

A Viable Self-Contained Travel Option

Taking Every Precaution

As government restrictions begin to gradually lift on domestic travel, families and individuals will need to take every precaution to prevent the spread of COVID-19 as they return to a post-COVID life.

GossRV is making every effort to ensure a self-contained and safe experience for vacations,  transportation, and temporary housing. We use a high-grade, EPA-registered and OSHA approved disinfectant on all RVs after rentals. As a company, we have doubled down on our regular cleaning program. If you hire a driver for your experience, all drivers will follow strict guidelines to ensure a safe and comfortable motorcoach experience.

According to the CDC and WHO, disinfecting surfaces is a key way to minimize the spread of viruses. We are vigilant about staying up-to-date with CDC guidelines, and we are taking all necessary precautions for your safe RV trip.

All the vehicles within our fleet are 100% self-contained with a kitchen, a washer/dryer, and all other needed amenities.

  

Where to Travel

Our team of dedicated trip planners are navigating openings, closures, and new guidelines across the country to develop the most up-to-date and comprehensive tours to ensure that you and your family can still travel safely. Our newest tour to the Southwest begins in Salt Lake City, Utah and ends in Santa Fe, New Mexico.

Our suggested locations include:

Salt Lake City, Utah  |  Salt Lake City KOA
Virgin, Utah  | Zion River Resort
Sedona, Arizona | Distant Drums RV Resort
Sante Fe, New Mexico | Sante Fe KOA Journey

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