RV Living in the 21st Century continues where Spirit of theOpen Road leaves off. The author, Peggi McDonald, has taken the best of her internationally-acclaimed first book and hasrevamped and updated it to reflect the changing technology and rules in post-9/11North America.After Peggi andher husband John retired from the military (Peggi from the Air Force; John fromthe Navy), they sold their four-bedroom house and took up residence in theirmotorhome. They now call all of North America their backyard. RV Living in the 21st Centurydraws on the situations that the couple has experienced after close to twodecades of living fulltime in their RV.As a fulltimeRVer, Peggi first shared her knowledge with others in the pages of Spirit of the Open Road. With her latestbook, RV Living in the 21stCentury, Peggi has taken the timeless information from Spirit (some things never change) and has updated it to includesubjects that hadn?t even been developed when her first book was written. As aCanadian fulltimer who spends half of her time in the U.S. (and the other inCanada), Peggi addresses topics such as border crossings, types of campgroundsand how to get the most for your camping dollars plus satellite, cell phone andInternet usage while on the road. No book about RVing would be complete withoutsolutions to everyday living and RVLiving in the 21st Century has addressed it all ? includingmaintenance reminders, preparing a budget, travelling with pets and making themost of your living space.RV Living in the 21st Century is truly a must for anybody thinking about buying an RV or alreadyenjoying the wonders of RV living in North America. This is the ONE book that shouldbe required reading for ALL RVers!