This is an addition to the thread that started as “Winter Camping” in RV Park Discussions but evolved into other subjects, so in order to keep things on the up and up I am posting my newest comments here in the General Chat. I just wanted to say that mountain driving is not my only scary time. I also get very nervous driving in heavy traffic. Houston, Atlanta, and Phoenix have been the worst so far. I absolutely refuse to go through Houston except early on a Saturday or Sunday morning. Course my husband learned to drive in Houston so he can barrel right through with the best (or worst) of them while I am putting my foot through the floorboard on my side. I would always plan our route around big cities even if it meant driving 50 mi out of our way. But my husband doesn’t see any problem with going straight through, and since he’s holding the wheel . . . Also I do not like road construction when they place those concrete barriers barely far enough apart to accommodate a car, much less a motor home. If there is no traffic behind us (but there always is) my husband will drive very slow to keep my blood pressure down. But he doesn’t like to hold up other traffic either so usually he tries to maintain the speed limit which contributes to my already graying hair. But I still wouldn’t stop traveling. The rewards far outweigh the fright. Just a few thoughts. Thanks for reading.