I'm planning out some trips with my dog in my newly purchased (though not new) T@B. I've driven cross country a few times in a vehicle, staying in KOA Kamping Kabins. I cook my own food and never, ever eat out. I've found getting fresh produce and groceries on the road to be a challenge as I don't like to leave my dog alone in the vehicle in a strange place while I shop, and also not being able to leave my dog in a vehicle at all when it's 109 degrees in West Texas, for instance.
I think I've hit upon a possible solution, which I'm eager to put to the test. Walmart now has an online store for groceries. I would put in the zip code of where I'm at or where I plan to be the next day. The site will find the nearest Walmart that offers this. I can click on all kinds of produce and other grocery items, add them to the cart, and then pay with a debit card and indicate when I'll swing by to pick them up. I would just drive up with my T@B behind me, and my doggie beside me, and voila! fresh food in the house.
Kind of excited about this.
Katt and Miss Cannoli the Zen Dog
2007 DM T@B towed by 2014 Dodge Durango w/factory tow package and 6200 lb. towing capacity
"Travels With The Tiny"