Neither flat tires nor mangled bikes nor pandemic can keep the Gagnon family from loading up their RV to travel cross country to revel in the glory of its national parks.
The Alamo family of six discovered the joys of vacationing in a recreational vehicle before the COVID-19 crisis kicked off the current RV travel trend.
“Our family has been on a quest to visit all of the U.S. national parks,” mom Allison Gagnon explained. “Then the RV gave us the ability to maneuver all around the country in a safe way.”
So far she, husband Justin and children Grace, 12; Brady and Hayden, 10; and Quinn, 7, have traveled via RV to 36 of the 62 sites that include “National Park” in their name. The parents have chronicled their travel adventures with “Gagnons Gone RVing” at www.gagnonsgone.com, where Allison states, “I’ve always had a passion for showing my kids our country.”
Summer before last, they tackled…