Summer has left and fall has arrived. This is my favorite time of year and while I associate it with a cool snap in the air, the smell of wood smoke, and the falling of golden leaves, my current desert location (Camp Verde, AZ) still feels like summer. I left Chama, NM over a week… Continue reading Changes and Plans
A month in Gig Harbor flew by! We traveled on a Sunday from Spokane and didn’t quite realize the pain of getting through the mountains. The traffic was impressive! Where we stayed was within walking distance to the town so we visited several times. I loved seeing Mt. Ranier in the distance over the water… Continue reading A month in Gig Harbor
2022 is a bit of a special year when it comes to home improvement, mainly because of all of the amazing advancements that have been discovered in 2021. The home of 2022 must most certainly be eco-efficient if you want it to stay current, and that is good news for everyone. Not only does the… Continue reading How to refresh your home in 2022
Are we still traveling? Yes!! We have been super busy traveling and most places didn’t have wifi. Then things start to snowball and before you know it I have 1500 pictures to sort through and a really slow wifi connection and blogging just doesn’t sound fun anymore. But over the next few days, I will… Continue reading Where have we been?
I have two Yorkshire Terriers, Harley, and Flossie. They go everywhere with me, well almost everywhere. Wherever they are welcomed, that is. It has been quite an experience to figure out how to do this with two little dogs.Harley with squeaky toyFirst, meet Harley! He thinks he is a 200 lb. dog. Well, I am… Continue reading Meet my traveling buddies, Harley and Flossie
I took several more boxes to Goodwill this past weekend. In the last two years, I have given away three-quarters of my stuff. Including furniture, clothing, household goods, jewelry, pet paraphernalia, Christmas decorations, etc. I am getting down to the difficult stuff to let go of. (ie: Knick knacks that have sentimental value and designer… Continue reading Shedding Stuff
It took me several years of research to finally settle on the Casita Freedom Deluxe. The reasons are many and include the following. It is in my price range, it is self-contained with all the options that I am interested in. It is built well, simple to understand, and easy to tow. It is light… Continue reading RV I want to live in
I discovered full-timing accidentally. I began researching alternative housing several years back when I was trying to figure out how I could live more simply and on less money. Initially, I thought I would go the Tiny House route and purchased one that was 140 square feet back in October 2012 after months and months… Continue reading Discovering full-timing – what a blessing
A couple of years ago I was very unhappy. I worked at a job that I disliked and I commuted a long distance in heavy traffic to get there and to get home. I did that for almost two years. However, for the 12 years before that, I worked at a job I despised, commuted… Continue reading Planning to live simply on the road
This is my first post and I look forward to sharing my travels with all of you who come along on my adventures.My little trailer does attract attention. I have given many tours of the trailer since I began traveling this summer. People are surprised by the accommodations found in such a small footprint, especially… Continue reading My first post. How Do You Live in a Teardrop?