More people are ditching planes for more pavement-placed travel methods.
CHARLOTTE, N.C. — More than a year since the global pandemic sent just about everyone into lockdown, life begins to return to some kind of normal. People are starting to travel again, but this time around travelers are starting to stick to the ground.
Instead of full flights, packed resorts, and bustling beaches, mobile homes-away-from-home are becoming trendy. For some people like Alice Zealy in Archdale, it’s becoming a whole new way of life: her pandemic project involved taking an older camper and polishing it up into a shiny new home.
“It’s a safer way to travel. I’m getting to travel more now,” she said. “It was very…