In mid-January we headed out of Wisconsin’s frozen tundra and drove south. South means several things to most Americans. First, it means warmth. Second, it means green grass and sunshine. Third, it means clear roads, unless the roads are strewn with orange blossoms welcoming snowbirds to their winter haven. That is not what we experienced this time around!
Our welcome to the south included snow, snow, ice, and more snow. We had so much snow, in fact, that we had to break out the chains to get out of two separate RV parks.
Take a peek at our adventure as we rehash it in this video below: