My granddaughter watching Fireworks on the 4th of July
I've had a great Summer here in Denver. Getting to be with my family every day, especially the Grandkids makes every day fun for me. And I can't think of a better way to visit family than living in the Arctic Fox parked right outside their door. In fact I think being able to live in your RV while visiting anyone is the very best way for you and them, especially them, to enjoy your stay.
No matter how much you love your family, living together in the same house is difficult under the best of circumstances, as anyone who has spent a week or two living with their in-laws can attest. Imagine what it would be like living in their house for almost 5 months, which is about how long I've been in Denver this summer, still being on speaking terms would be highly unlikely.
When I think about leaving tomorrow it's with mixed feelings, I'm looking forward to traveling all winter and hopefully staying warm, but I also realize how much I'm going to miss my family and that always makes leaving difficult.
I know I'm going to spend some time in New Mexico when I leave Denver, but I don't know how much time or where it will be at the moment. After that I'm planning on heading to Padre island Texas, but that decision is highly dependent upon the weather and my ability to stay warm and relatively dry. If that doesn't work out I'll just head West and run around the desert for a while.
But whichever way I go or whatever I decide to do I know I will enjoy myself because I'm doing what I love, and I love what I'm doing.
My mini-vacation to Rocky Mountain national Park
South Platte River Colorado
Racers at the Land's End Hill climb near Grand Junction Colorado.