So we spontaneously sold our RV a week and a half ago.
And tried to packed everything into a tiny U-Haul.
It seemed appropriate that the sun was setting as we took our last family picture before saying goodbye. This “house” cost a fraction of what our home in California had cost but it was a 1000 times harder to say goodbye. So many memories in such a small space.
We couldn’t be more thrilled with the new owners who share our passion for adventure and simple living. They are planning to take off soon.
We said goodbye to my best friend and her family who had generously let us stay with them for 15 days. She’s special this one. There are not many people who would welcome our family and all four pets for that long and not once make us feel like we were over staying our welcome. And frankly, there’s not many people who I’d want to spend 15 days with in their house. ğ
Then we left Austin in our slightly bigger U-Haul.
Our first stop was Baton Rouge where we had beignets for breakfast. So bad but so good.
Getting all of our stuff and the menagerie into the hotel room was quite the effort. Another reason why I love RVing so much.
The next day we drove and drove.
And got to Florida just in time.
We stored our stuff until we find a new home.
It’s been a whirlwind of a week. Along with moving to Florida, establishing our new residency, and searching for a doctor to deliver our baby who is due in a few months, I was a contributing writer for a new book!
It’s calledÂ Chicks Without Bricks, a compilation of travel stories from other unconventional women and starting today you can pre-order it now through Dec 23 for just $2.99! After that the price goes up to $7.99.
Chicks without Bricks!
Considering our present situation I couldn’t think of a more fitting title.
Love and Laughter,
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