We are officially homeless. We closed on the sale of our house yesterday. When we finally got back to the RV, Kip said, “We can never go back there, again!” He said it like it’s a bad thing.
We are free! Free to travel unencumbered by yards, mortgages, garbage pick-up days…a major stressor. “We forgot to put out the garbage! Now it will sit there for another week!”
We have made a few tentative plans, but we can’t go anywhere until our new RV furniture gets here in mid-February or early March. In the meantime, we had to tie down a kitchen chair to drive to the RV park.
As always, our sweet pups seem to thrive in spite of all the chaos. It’s all they have ever known.
I will post pics when we get completely settled into our new full-time home, that being the RV we bought last year. I think we will be happy travelers for a few years before we contemplate the next stop on this our journey of life.
Ben Wheeler pop. 1000, is a cute little place with a great downtown square. The Forge is a great place to eat and there is a delightful little wine tasting/boutique that I plan to check out as soon as this bad weather leaves us. It’s been down into the 20’s with freezing rain.
Yup! We’re going to be just fine…as soon as we can find a place for all the stuff in the Uhaul…
Congratulations Mary and Kip on your new lifestyle change. It sounds exciting and carefree. Don’t forget us here on cedar creek lake. Happy and safe travels❣️
We’re, not Were!
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Really looking forward to the Mesa trip. We’ll all miss Chris A.
Congratulations, Mary. This will be a big adventure for the two of you. Were looking forward to seeing you in Mesa.
Congratulations! You’re free! You can breathe a sigh of relief. However, I hate to be the bearer of a sad reality…BUT you might still have some garbage. Ohh, AND You still have to pay taxes. Unless you can hide out in the garbage cans.
You’re right about the garbage, Cuz.