America was founded by adventurers. Early Americans arrived by sea, but quickly set out across the country
by horse-drawn wagons, which gave way to the advent of the automobile. Soon a motorized carriage with seats
was not adequate for those with wanderlust, and the autocamper or RV was born. Historians agree the first
commercially produced RVs debuted in 1910, so this year we celebrate the Centennial of the RV industry.