I've been home about a week now and slowly getting back to non RV life.
I am pretty sure that my "RV legs" have turned back to normal legs now.
After a while you start to not notice the movement but it's true... when you (or your dog) move around inside a winnebago View RV, it moves with you (ever so slightly). The movement is obvious enough at first but it becomes second nature to your body after a month or so.
When I moved back into a home that doesn't move when I (or Tigger) do, it was odd. I took a little getting used to.
My brain still isn't 100% convinced that I'm not living in the RV anymore. The other night, I arose from bed not fully awake. In a foggy sleep haze, it wasn't evident to me where I was. I stepped from bed and immediately touched the floor. I knew this was wrong because I'm supposed to climb down a 4 rung ladder before touching to the floor.
I stumbled around in the kitchen and after a few seconds, I woke up enough to realize where I was.
I AM HOME!
I went back to bed and fell right to sleep.
Herman asked what was the best part of the trip. I have to say that Carlsbad Caverns was the most amazing thing I saw throughout the trip. I'd love to go back again because there was much I did not get to see there.
Worst traffic? No doubt, it was on the way home trying to get around Washington DC. What a nightmare that is. I'd rather drive in and around NYC or Los Angeles than Washington DC.
If anyone has any questions about the trip... feel free to ask in a comment below.