I probably over-think the prep stuff, but not the trip planning. In 30+ years of RVing, I think we've planned routes/schedules once - at the insistence of two couples we'd be travelling with. Nothing on that trip followed the plan or schedule and stuff we intended to see/do.How many of you worry too much about things that could happen to your MH during a trip (that you try to prevent); and over think, over plan, and try to keep a travel schedule?
That is a lot like how we have traveled in the past. Modify the plan at lunch is a pretty normal thing for us. And if we get up and it is raining, we have sometimes stayed another day to avoid unhooking in the rain. Recently we have done more planning with the difficulty of getting RV sites we have done more planning than in the past. Last summer we made our first trip ever with each night booked as a reservation, mostly because of the frequent reports on RV forums of how hard it is to get sites. In the course of the trip I also asked at each stop if they were full. When in the Denver area the answer was always yes but that answer was no at all of the other places that we traveled. In the future our plan is to call around at lunch when we have a better idea of where we wish to stop as we felt pretty restricted last summer.Typically our day's plan got made the night before, or maybe even the morning-of.