If anyone knows travel, it’s Robert Rose, producer of the TV show, Raw Travel. This guy is always on the go and has seen some truly incredible sights. Rose is well versed in using peer-to-peer rental sites and has stayed in different types of accommodations throughout his travels. So when we discovered this awesome traveler had rented a rig from Outdoorsy, we simply had to learn more about his experience.
A warm welcome
“I enjoyed getting to know the owners,” Rose says of his rental experience. “I felt less like a customer and more like [I was] borrowing a friend’s RV. The trailer was cozy and cute and it was all set up for us by the owners.”
A jaunt through North Orlando
After picking up the trailer, Rose’s first stop was in the central part of the sunny state of Florida.
“We parked the RV at the Zenerjen Horse Farm & Sanctuary and unhitched to travel all over North Orlando to Altamonte Springs, Oviedo, and historic downtown Sanford in Seminole County Florida,” Rose says.
“It was so cool to wake up with horses and feel like I [was] in the middle of Montana or something,” he added. “But I was in Orlando.”
Robert’s thoughts on Outdoorsy
Considering all of Rose’s travel experience, we knew he’d have interesting insights to share on what makes RV travel unique and wonderful. So we asked.
“The sense of community you get with other travelers when RVing is wonderful,” Rose says. “I also appreciate the sense of self-reliance and freedom it gives you.”
It was pretty apparent he had a good trip and he added that he would highly recommend the RV rental experience to others.
“I would absolutely recommend it,” he says. “It’s much more personal than renting from a dealer—and renting an RV gives you an opportunity to try different RVs on for size before you buy.”
All about Robert
Favorite morning beverage:
Favorite campsite meal:
“Anything cooked for me. I’m a terrible cook. If pressed, I can scramble eggs.”
Music you like to play on the radio:
“I like punk, ska, and reggae, which are rarely on mainstream radio, so I usually end up listening to NPR on a road trip.”
Best game to play on the road or at your campsite:
Last photo you took:
“Three days ago. I document for a living.”
What’s your Outdoorsy spirit animal:
“I suppose an elk.”
If you could travel anywhere in an RV, where would you go?
“Probably Montana, Wyoming, or the Pine Ridge Native American Reservation in South Dakota. Also, I’d like to do the ‘music triangle’ in Tennessee, Mississippi and Louisiana.”
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