When you are moving constantly, the time seems to slip away much quicker. Before you realize it, it’s been at least two months of travel and not enough posting. I totally envy those bloggers who get things out in quick and ready fashion. Right now, it’s pack, move, do stuff for 5 days which includes
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There is a deadline to our travels. At least for the Fulltime RV lifestyle and it’s creeping up quicker that I would like. There’s so much that we’ve yet to see and because of life happening, it will have to wait. I’ve had to remind myself to enjoy the journey and not get caught up
Space, more importantly, personal space. This is the concern for most of the people I talk to. It’s hard for most people to fathom living in such small accommodations solo, let alone with three other people and three cats. And it can be very tedious being in such close quarters a lot of the time.
I cannot believe that it is already December. We are doing our Florida thing for a few weeks and then headed West in 2017. It has been a quick journey down to South Florida. Some of the drives were the longest that we’ve ever made. We also stayed in a few repeat areas; Savannah, Ga
Niagara Falls and Niagara Falls, Eh The Falls were just breath taking. Even if you only walk up next to them and don’t do any other attractions. The strength of all of that water rushing by and tumbling to the ground is just powerful. Timing is everything but we didn’t really put any effort to
Our stay in Dewittville, NY was oh so very long ago. But our timing couldn’t have been more perfect. The weekend we arrived was Lucille Ball’s 105th birthday. If that’s not enough, her statue in Celoron, NY was changed from the infamous Scary Lucy to one that really looks like her. The kid and I were
Lebanon, Oh If we could not live near the beach or the mountains, Lebanon, Oh would be a beautiful place to live. The town center reminds me of being in England where everything is within walking distance. The buildings are historic and well maintained (there have been a few places that were not like this).
Hot Springs, Arkansas We’ve been to a few parks, National and State, and it didn’t prepare us for Hot Springs. First of all, it’s the city. No entry fee, no gate. It is just part of the area. Secondly, there are spots for people to park up and fill their containers with the spring water.
St Augustine The first half of our two week stay was at St. John’s RV Park. It’s right off of I-95 and hidden behind a Burger King. We actually had trouble finding it even with the sign posting because you couldn’t see it from the road. But this is a plus really. It’s very quiet