Hi Ya'll , and welcome to our website. We hope you will stay awhile and look around. We are taking steps to simplify our lives so we can connect more with nature, people and the world around us . We love the land, the animals, and the earth. We are choosing to celebrate life daily with every heartbeat and pulse of energy alive in our soul. We are trying document this stage in our life because we are certainly not getting any younger. We have a dream to retire semi-early and travel in our motor home. We were going to wait until retirement to get an RV but hey, no time like the present. If you would like to follow our adventures , then please subscribe to our journey. We would love to have you along. Feel free to drop us a line if you have any COMMENTS , SUGGESTIONS, QUESTIONS, or just wanna CHAT.
Current Plans- We just sold our home to downsize. Staring soon on our Polebarn with living quarters
Save as much money for retirement as possible.
**Live your dream with every breath!
The big day- 06/08/1991 . We have been married for 26 years and have two children. One key to being married for a very long time- Find someone to have an adventure with everyday of your life!
The Early Years /Tent Camping
We have always loved the outdoors and started out with a tent for two. It brings back good memories and reminiscence of the early years. However, camping in the middle of summer in a tent with no air is not very fun. Been there, done that! This is 1991/1992.
We enjoyed many years camping with the family in our first (camper on wheels). We loved the pop-up at the time and it was just right for our family. We did not have a bathroom , but we did have an air conditioner. This is around 1998.
We were so excited to get our first RV with a bathroom/bunkbeds/ and a full kitchen. We have so many fun family memories in the Cherokee. We even had matching shirts. Happy Campers! This is around the years of 2002-2008
After about 10 years of not having an RV, we contemplated buying another travel trailer. Tony's truck is old (2001) with over 250,000 miles and we figured pulling would be too much. Instead of buying a new truck and RV, we compromised with a motorhome. This was purchased in 2017. We are looking forward to an early retirement so we can hit the road!
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