Life on the open road – it’s a dream many share, but the reality can be quite the adventure. Join us as we navigate the challenges and discover the joys of full-time living in a travel trailer. From compact kitchens to downsizing dilemmas, we’ve learned valuable lessons along the way. So, if you’re ready to embrace life’s journey with all its quirks and charms, read on and let the road be your guide.
Amidst this transition, life at the campground continues unabated. King diligently tends to the grass, occasionally taking on odd jobs that come his way. Meanwhile…
Until 1978 hurricanes were named after females. I recall when I was in grade school my older sister telling my father it was because they were Her-a-canes, not Him-a-canes. She was being sarcastic, but to an impressionable child in elementary school it made sense, although even at that young an age I found it annoying.
Enjoyed a fishing adventure at Lake Jennings with the family, untangling lines and admiring wildlife. No catches, but a memorable day on the water. #Fishing #FamilyTime #LakeJennings
People have a preconceived notion of what full-time RV living is like. They picture adventure every day, seeing new sights, visiting new places, exploring vast wilderness areas… In reality, that’s about one-sixteenth of our life.
Never Say Never. I’ve heard it often enough and said it myself a time or two. Despite my earlier decision to stop blogging, I realized that I had more to say. So, I decided to start over again months later.