First BIG trip questions
DH and I are planning our first, big cross country trip. We have only been RVing for 3 years and have traveled a bit of the east coast, mainly Maine to Florida and places in-between. DH is semi-retired and I am fully retired. He will be retired spring of 2015. Our intentions are to see our National Parks and monuments. In the planning stages, I am beginning to feel overwhelmed.
My question is: Has anyone ever toured the southwestern tier of the the US, mainly Arizona, New Mexico, Colorado, Utah and Nevada in the springtime THEN stored the RV during a portion of June, July & August AND THEN return to do the northern parks (i.e. Yellowstone etc) in late August and September? Our objective is not to be in the parks during high season crowds or when children are out of school. We would head for home in the tow vehicle sometime in June, then as I said, return to pick up the RV and head north. If so, can you recommend a safe haven for the RV during those 8-10 weeks, preferable indoors? We are trying to explore all our options. We do not want to rush through the parks. We'd like to take one day at a time and not regret having to miss something because of a timeframe. The spring adventure would be about 8 weeks and the same for the later. Does this sound feasible?
Thank you all, and I'm sure I will be asking more questions! Any hints, suggestions will all be considered and appreciated for sure.