I picked up my 560 in May of 2014 and the longest trip I have made was driving the trailer home. I had hoped that my Mom would want to travel with me. I had the handicapped bars installed in my trailer and got the side tent for a potty. Since my Mom was already 94 at that time I guess I was being overly optimistic. She had no desire to leave home in that little tin box. So, I have been sticking fairly close to home since then with several short trips a year. We have a campsite about an hour away at Cowboy Campsites which is for horse owners. It is a great place with lots of riding trails so have spent some time there. Mom passed away on March 30th at 97 years old. She was healthy and active right up through last fall. She did all her fall yard work. Cut off all the perennials and dug up some bushes and bulbs to split. She started feeling tired and just not right. She lived here with me in her own little apartment for 30 years so I miss her every day but am so glad she is not suffering. So now I'm off on an adventure. My Mom was one of ten and only one sister left. My favorite aunt lives near Wichita. I will be headed there but in a round about way. After Wichita I will head to Wisconsin where my brother lives. He is about 40 miles from the CampInn CampOutt. After visiting my brother I will go to the CampOut and them head back home. I'm looking forward to meeting some new people and reconnecting with some I have already met.