I've been so busy I haven't had a chance to get out and take many pictures, so all I have is the grandkids and some flowers. Come to think of it, that's mostly what I take pictures of in Denver.
So here I am; I'm almost settled back into my Denver life, except the snowstorm set me back a few days, but now things are smoothing out a little, and I have to think about what I need to do about my camper situation. The way I would like it to end up would be to sell the bronco and the Arctic Fox, and buy a used hard side truck camper. I want to have one home to live in, and live in it all year long, whether I'm in my daughter's driveway, up in the high country, or down in the desert. This cuts down tremendously on the stress and worry of owning two homes as I do now.
Switching homes and moving things I need to live back and forth from the Arctic Fox to the bronco didn't seem like a big problem, but it was more hassle than I realized, especially when trying to do it in a snowstorm. So life would be much simpler, and simple is what I'm all about, if I could get everything I need to live comfortably into a hard-sided truck camper, and that was all I had to deal with. My life, which is already pretty darn good, would be even less stressful and hassle-free than it is now.
But all that is easier said than done. I don't worry about selling the bronco and the Arctic Fox; RVs seem to sell pretty easily nowadays. I do worry about finding a reasonably priced truck camper to buy. There are a lot of truck campers around, but they all seem outrageously expensive, especially when you consider what folks paid for them five or six years ago. How often do you see somebody using a camper for five years and then selling it for more than they paid for it?
I think my biggest worry is what to do with all the stuff in those two campers? Of course, some of it will be put in the new camper, but many things in the Arctic Fox is worth too much to throw away but probably not worth enough to spend a lot of time trying to sell it. I solved that problem when I sold my house by almost filling up a 10 x 10 storage room.... But I didn't fill it up, so maybe there's still room for more... A storage room doesn't solve the problem, but it does put the problem off until it becomes a huge unsolvable problem... In other words, for a procrastinator like me it's a perfect solution.