Originally Posted by profdan
We are very experienced RV travelers -- have taken many trips of a month or more -- but that was all in the pre-Covid past.
Now we are grappling with an odd problem -- we want to take a little two week trip without going into a market the whole time. A week is no problem -- we can bring whatever we need. But for more than ten days, how to avoid shopping, especially for vegetables?
We can bring plenty of canned meat. It is not great, but it is ok. But canned vegetables are terrible. Frozen veggies take up too much room in the freezer.
So is there some magic solution out there that we have not discovered?
And yes, of course we could just go shopping. But I am in one of those high-risk groups, so we are being ultra-careful. Getting gasoline is a little different -- it can't be avoided, it's outside, and there is a lot of distance between customers.
Thanks in advance for your clever ideas and suggestions!!
I have a very low maintenance palate. For a trip that short, I'd load up on Spagetti-O's and hit the road.
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