After watching my colleagues, from Terry Bozzio to Barry Finnerty to Randy Brecker, Ada Rovatti and Neil Jason. Considering what they have to deal with in terms of traveling, etc. to just play 90 minutes of music on the average, per day I must tip my hat to the whole community of artists of which we are a part. What Terry intends to do may just become the only way to make a living as a serious performing artist and specialist in a particular part of our musical field of operations. I feel as if we (artists) are now pulling out all stops in terms of how we sell our ideas and concepts to impresarios, promoters and buyers of performers in general just so we can have a chance to command the attention of an audience who might be interested in what we have to say through whatever musical means by coming up with imaginative concepts such as the one mentioned here about Terry and the RV. I am convinced that the audience that is the most difficult to access in the USA is in "Middle America" and not the regions harbouring the coastal cities. They are well worth the effort and investment of time and energy to access because these people will be your fans forever if they are impressed, in the positive by one's performance. Terry is definitely on the right track but the road is a physically tough one.
All the best, Terry to you and the crew!