We have been parked for three weeks, hooked up to water, sewer and electric. Notice I didn’t say “and fabulous Internet and cable TV.”
While Driver and I were considering staying the whole month, we lived here for two weeks until we decided the drive for him to go to work was too tedious each day.
We realized then that full-timing at retirement will be lots different when he is here with me and doesn’t have to be somewhere five days each week.
For now it’s a nice practice run. Here’s what we have learned:
We love it.
We really do.
No surprise, especially considering how we made a decision after that long trip in July, to go ahead and get “the” RV. It makes perfect sense if one considers that we can pay for it better now than when he retires and I have twice as much husband and half as much money each month.
So, dear reader, meet our new Baby Beluga.
She’s a biggun. But then again, she’s a Beluga for Heaven’s sake.
You can see our house peeking out just a wee bit at the top of her. It’s the gray one. Yeah. Hidden.
Driver was all excited once he towed her home. I think part of his excitement was that he would get to tow her again right away since she couldn’t stay parked there.
And her visit was oh, so temporary because we have tiny yards and an HOA that frowns upon such things as 5th wheels parked at the curb.
Off to the storage place she went, but not for long. We decided to take her the very next week to a campground about an hour from the house, to practice, as I said early on in this post.
We packed a lot of clothes, food and – since I would be holding down the fort for a while- a ton of papercrafting goodies came with us.
I made a lot of things including this
And if you love crafting, you can see even more here on my crafting blog
One of the very best things about camping here
Is that we are just about 10 minutes from The Boy and his wife Emily and the grandLittles.
Driver and I took long walks with them. It was pretty perfect.
Speaking of Littles- our pups love Beluga too.
We ended up staying two weeks and for the rest of the month we are coming back on weekends. It is so sweet and I do love this lifestyle. It will be even better when we can do it for long months on end. For now, I think a little house somewhere is in order, just to take a break now and then.
But we aren’t making any big decisions just yet; we are simply loving Baby Beluga and all that she has to offer.
Right now I’m blogging from camp, sitting in a camp chair with pups in the “yard”. We have just finished dinner, Driver is preparing a fire and it’s a perfect Friday night.
Sweet moments indeed.
Thanks for stopping by and God bless.