Cars of beauty and use:
Later crossing the Yukon River on the ferry, this is Dick & Kats RV jusst made it on!
Don’t get me wrong, I like this little house, BUT, but it does not move. It is mortar and block. I took time today just to look at it and be thankful we have a place to stay without going to a motel while our ‘wheel-estate’ is being fixed.
We once thought it was time to settle down in Florida. So we searched and found a place in Tavares. Bought in a senior community and enjoyed it for a while. After about two years we had had enough and missed the road. So we sold and moved back into the coach that we has stored.
We still ‘think’ about settling, and something like this happens and we are forced to move out of the coach. Then again remember what I like about the coach, everything is so stinking handy! We have lived in RV’s for over 20 years now. We have adjusted to the small size.
I will readily admit everything we own is NOT with us. Grand daughter lives in one house where we have some storage.
Sister Shirl, lived in one place where we also had some storage. Now that we have that house back and inherited all her furniture and car, we have oodles of STUFF. So now, with two vacant houses and a motor home it has added some stress to my life.
I experienced terrible stomach pain, rashes and other related physical aggravations, over the ‘terrible summer’. Once we got away from NC and arrived here almost immediately the stomach problems disappeared. After the blown diesel engine and then cracked windshields and refrigerator problems I am ready to really downsize. But most of all during the day here when I walk out the back door and the coach is not there I feel some stress. I am ready to hit the road, this ain’t right. Imma southern Gypsy. LOL
Even in the fall, Pennsylvania sounds good.
BUT my Sherry would say, maybe next early summer when the corn comes in!
Then again San Antonio sure sounds good! I’m through! (we are in Florida for the duration.)