Roses are red, violets are blue, click the pics, and flowers will look big to you.
Finally, a new flower blossomed in the yard, I don't know it's name, so I named it Bob.
Even though it never crossed my mind to use a pop-up slide-in truck camper, like my little Bronco truck camper as a full-time live-aboard RV, I'm seeing a lot of people on the Internet that have decided to do just that.
Since the little Bronco is about the same size as a regular medium-sized hard side slide-in truck camper, it was the fact that the part that pops up is basically a waterproof fabric with little to no insulating abilities that made me discount soft side slide-in truck campers as a full-timing RV. After all, insulation or the lack thereof is what can make or break an RVs livability, and the excellent insulation of the Arctic Fox is, in fact, what sold me on it when I compared it to other fifth wheels in its price range.
But watching videos on the Internet, there seems to be an extraordinary amount of people that seem perfectly happy living full-time in a soft side pop-up truck camper, including couples and not just solo RVers like me.
I found it particularly interesting how many of these folks spend time in the snow in relative comfort. In fact, some of these RVers were skiers and snowboarders that specialized in hanging around snowy areas during the winter; needless to say, that wouldn't be me.
One of the things that concern me the most about using the little Bronco camper during my winter travels is dealing with the cold. Now I'm not in places where it gets really cold, and what cold there is doesn't last very long. But still, I don't like being cold and feel I'm better able to deal with the heat than with the cold.
But reading about some of these folks on the Internet that can stay comfortable in a pop-up truck camper, and my prior experience of vacationing in a Hallmark pop up truck camper in different kinds of weather. Gives me a bit more hope that I should be able to travel and stay warm during the winter months as long as my GPS doesn't trick me, like that devious bit of technology has been known to do, and cause me to head North instead of South.
Blue flowers. I of course know what they're called, I just don't want to deny anyone the joy and sense of accomplishment gleaned from looking them up on the Internet.
I must be running out of things to take pictures of because now I'm taking pictures of clover blossoms.