I know, I know, it’s been ages since my last post. So much has happened, let me fill you in.
We arrived in Southwest New Hampshire the first week of April and are now renting a house! That’s right, our days of living full time in our RV are over. We decided that we like it right where we are so this is where we will set roots. So, upsizing! Much of our time has been spent moving everything from the RV to the house (who knew we still had so much stuff?), fixing up the house, gathering furniture and more stuff, and of course spending precious time with our family.
And, yes, the RV is for sale! Let me know if you are interested! We’ll give you a good deal.And as long as we plan on being here for a while we have become official New Hampsire citizens. Some of our time has been in New Haven, Connecticut, while our daughter finished up her PhD at Yale! Woo! We have a doctor in the family. Yale is such a beautiful campus. But it’s doubtful that we will be back to see it again. Of course the MAIN reason we have settled here is this little guy: There is a fair amount of wildlife around here. I spotted this little fella in our back yard! We have seen fox, deer, turkeys, raccoon, and a bobcat. Hope to spot a moose one of these days, have heard reports of sightings. There are black bear around too, but probably (hopefully) will not see one in our yard. BUT we are not done traveling! Nope. We have been a lot of places over the last five years or so, but there is more to see. And since we have a house now, and we don’t feel like driving that bus any more, we are switching to a much smaller and more agile camper-van very similar to this one. So downsizing! We will be going to Iowa to pick it up in about a month from now. I will be blogging that! There will be other shorter, more local trips around New England; and perhaps a big road trip from New Hampshire to Los Angeles, California, and back to New Hampshire his winter. So stay tuned.