I saw your comment over on RVSue and thought I'd come looking. I love these photos, you have talent.
Is there someway to follow your blog so that I get an E-mail when you post? If there is I couldn't find it.
I like your rig and the layout of your blog. I'm still in the dreamin' and planin' phase so I love looking at and learning of different full time options. Thanks for letting me come along.
Thank you for the compliments Rick.That's a good question. I had never thought about setting something like that up because it never occurred to me that anyone would want to follow my blog other than friends and family. I will look into that email idea and find out how to do that. Thanks very much for the suggestion.
2 years ago I was in the dreaming and planning stages, and the time flew by so quickly that now I wish I had more time to plan and dream. The more knowledge you can get about full-timeing the better your full-timeing experience will be, and right now you're doing just what I did which was read blogs by people that are full-timeing. RVers are some of the friendliest and most helpful people you will ever run into and no matter what kind of problem you have while RVing, other RVers will help you. So I would say, pick an RV lifestyle that you can afford, get rid of all of the stuff that's dragging you down, try not to overthink it, then JUST DO IT !
You are in Q now, are't you? I've been there twice in hot Summer. Q was like a ghost town at the south side of it. But it must be busy & lively in Winter as you wrote.
I saw the big swinging lounge chair on your prior post. I want to buy it if I were there, but it is too big so never fit wih my small country.
Thanks for writing Fuji-maru,It's always good to hear from a friend in Japan.I think your English is very good, it is difficult to tell a joke in a different language and make it funny. But you've done it twice now, when you said that big lounge chair wouldn't fit in your country that's very funny. And over at Sue's blog when they were talking about using honey instead of sugar and you said that you only know about honey wagons, that was very funny. I don't think anyone over at Sue's got the joke because they don't know what a honey wagon is, but since I spent 2 years in Japan I know exactly what a honey wagon and a honey bucket is.
Thanks for writing, your buddy theboondork